Don’t Miss Out! The Best Law Schools In The World (2022)

Don't Miss Out! The Best Law Schools In The World (2022)

Here at Law School Lists, we want to make sure that you’re not missing out on the opportunity to go to the best law schools in the world. That’s why we’ve compiled a list of the top 25  schools around the world based on their 2012 Law School Rankings from Top Law Schools.

In addition, you can find some helpful advice on how to choose your law school and what kind of career you can expect after graduating from one of these law schools. Good luck!

Ranking Criteria

To select the best  schools in the world, our ranking considered four factors: which schools graduates can get jobs after graduation, where students are most satisfied with their experience,

what employers think of the school’s curriculum and alumni’s ability to find employment and the number of international students enrolled.

The rankings are broken down into 10 tiers based on those factors.

To come up with the list of top 20  schools in the world we consulted Niche, U.S. News & World Report, QS, and The Economist.

Each ranking is compiled from more than 40 sources including surveys from employers as well as input from college academics and officials. All information collected is to this point within 2019. The 2020-2020 2021 rankings will be updated regularly to reflect any changes that occur during this time.

What We Looked For in our Rankings

When ranking the best  schools in the world, there are a lot of different criteria we considered. There are many things you should weigh when choosing which school to go to. Rankings like these can help with your decision and make sure you don’t miss out on any opportunities.

#1: Harvard University

#2: University of Oxford

#3: Columbia University

#4: Yale University

#5: Stanford University

 Universities Worldwide

In no particular order, these are the top 20 universities in the world. Do your research to find which one best suits you:

  1. Harvard University, Boston, MA 8% of accepted applicants receive an acceptance letter
  2. Yale University, New Haven, CT 36% of accepted applicants receive an acceptance letter
  3. Stanford University, Stanford, CA 98% of accepted applicants receive an acceptance letter
  4. Princeton University, Princeton, NJ 69% of accepted applicants receive an acceptance letter
  5. Columbia University in the City of New York 25% of accepted applicants receive an acceptance letter 6. Duke University-Main Campus 39% of accepted applicants receive an acceptance letter
  6. Cornell University 67% of accepted applicants receive an acceptance letter.

United States Law Programs

  1. Harvard University
  2. Stanford University
  3. Yale University
  4. New York University
  5. UC Berkeley
  6. Columbia University
  7. UC Los Angeles

Canada Law Programs

McGill University (10-14 places/year)

University of Toronto (12-15 places/year)

University of British Columbia (7-10 places/year)

Osgoode Hall Law School at York University (11-14 places/year)

Université de Montréal (10-14 places/year)

Australia and New Zealand

The best  schools in Australia and New Zealand are:

– University of New South Wales, Sydney, Australia

– University of Melbourne, Melbourne, Australia

– University of Auckland, Auckland, New Zealand

– Monash University – Faculty of  and Business, Melbourne

– Macquarie University Sydney Australia

All Other International Universities

International institutions rank in at number four with Boston College, London School of Economics and Political Science, and Tilburg University. Foreign universities make up three percent of the list so if you’re looking for a top-quality school that may not be on the other rankings here is a great place to start your search.

There are also some private or public schools in another country that might be perfect for you and all of them have fantastic programs, too. Who knows? You might even stumble across one outside your region, which will give you new things to see and experience while obtaining an outstanding education.

Keep browsing Law Scribd for more updates.

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