S/F RATIO is Student Faculty Ratio. An S/F ratio of 12.3 means 12.3 to 1.
PROFS AND DEANS is the result of a survey of law school professors and deans. With both surveys (JUDGES AND LAWYERS being the other one), the highest possible was 5.0. No law school received 5.0 although Harvarid obtained 4.9 and 4.8 respectively, both highs being unequaled.
One out of every 10 American law students is enrolled in a Jesuit law school. In the US alone, there are 28 Jesuit colleges and universities located from coast to coast. Of these, 14 have a law school.
The 2010 entering class is made up of 50% women and 27% students of color. The average is 27.
Seattle University offer a financial aid program through which $37 million dollars in scholarships, loan, loan forgiveness (for alumni) and work-study funds are annually awarded to more than 90% of our students.
A GREAT IDEA. Seattle University offers an Early Enrollment Option through which all admitted students may begin legal studies in the summer, rather than waiting until fall, and a flexible schedule allowing students to complete their first year in 9, 12 or 15 months.
More than 100 classes are offered in fall, spring, and summer terms between 8 a.m. and 10 p.m.
The Law School Rank (the first orange column below) is from U. S. News and World Report (April 10, 2006) except ranks greater than 100 were done by this website. One hundred and eighty law schools were ranked. The Selective Rank (see the second orange column below) was done by this website. The National University Rank (see the third orange column below) is from U. S. News and World Report (August 28, 2006). For schools that offer a master's degree but no Ph.D., U. S. News and World Report (August 28, 2006) does rank the top ten in each of four regions (North, South, Midwest, and West; these results appear in the last column.
Some lawyer do specialize. Some Jesuit law schools did well in a specialization Clinical Training: Georgetown University (1) Dispute Resolution: Georgetown University (7) Environmental Law: Georgetown University (5) Health Law: Saint Louis University (1) and Loyola University Chicago (7). Intellectual Property: Santa Clara University (4). International Law: Georgetown University (4), Legal Writing: Seattle University (1) and Boston College (11.5). Trial Advocacy: Loyola, Los Angeles (4.5) and Georgetown University (8.5). Tax Law: Georgetown University (3).