The Florida State University College of Law has been ranked the nation’s second best law school for best quality of life and seventh best law school for best professors.
The rankings, which are published in The Princeton Review’s Best Law Schools for 2023 list, are based on surveys of 17,000 law students.
The quality of life ranking is based on student answers to survey questions about sense of community, whether differing opinions are tolerated in the classroom, school location, quality of social life, and research resources.
The best faculty ranking is based on student answers to survey questions concerning the quality of professors as teachers and professor accessibility outside of the classroom.
“We are thrilled to be ranked the nation’s second best law school in terms of student quality of life and seventh best in terms of our professors,” said Dean Erin O’Connor. “Students often tell us that our collegial atmosphere and the quality of our professors are their favorite things about FSU Law, so it is gratifying to be ranked among the nation’s top law schools in those areas. Providing our students with a positive, academically rigorous experience is key to their success in law school and beyond.”
For more information, visit law.fsu.edu.