FSU Ranked the #3 Law School in the Nation for Best Quality of Life

Press Date
January 15, 2021

In January 2020, the FSU Law Office of Student Advancement hosted a
vision board party as part of their Wellness Wednesday series.

For the second year in a row, FSU has been ranked the #3 law school in the nation for best quality of life. The ranking, which is published in Princeton Review’s Best Law Schools for 2021 list, is based on students’ answers to survey questions, including how they rate the beauty, safety and location of their campus, campus dorms and food, ease in getting around campus and in dealing with the administration, the friendliness of fellow students and interactions among different student types on campus, and overall happiness. Princeton Review surveyed 143,000 students at 386 schools for its 2021 list.

The FSU Law community strives to provide students with a positive, yet rigorous law school experience as a key to personal, academic and career success. “While we often hear that students are appreciative of the collegial, welcoming atmosphere at FSU Law,” said Dean Erin O’Connor, “it is especially gratifying to have those sentiments reflected in this ranking during a year when it is more difficult to gather in person.”

According to the Princeton Review law school data, FSU Law is also ranked #7 nationally and tied for first in Florida for professor accessibility, #14 nationally and first in Florida for professor teaching quality, and #17 nationally and first in Florida for academic experience.

Published on January 15, 2021