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University of California, Berkeley School of Law

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University of California, Berkeley School of Law

Berkeley School of Law School Ranks

#7 – Berkeley School of Law Ranks 7th for Overall Ranking of Law Schools by LawSchoolReview.com

#195 – Tuition Ranking: Ranks among the top 200 Law Schools 195th cheapest to attend

#198 – Acceptance Ranking: Ranks among the top 200 Law Schools, 198th as the easiest to be accepted at.  Only 3 schools are more difficult.

University of California, Berkeley School of Law is one of the nation’s premier law schools.

According to Wikipedia, the schools as an endowment of $3.08 Billion dollars and a passing rate for the bar exam for graduates of 92%.

The Department of Jurisprudence was founded at Berkeley in 1894 and then renamed the University of California, Berkeley School of Law in 1950.

Noteworthy Graduates of University of California, Berkeley School of Law

  •  Earl Warren, Chief Justice of the United States
  •  Dean Rusk, Secretary of State of the United States
  • Edwin Meese, Attorney General of the United States
  • G. William Miller, United States Secretary of the Treasury and Chairman of the Federal Reserve
  • Theodore Olson, Solicitor General of the United States

University of California, Berkeley School of Law Facts

  •  Is an American Bar Association approved law school since 1923.
  • Joined the Association of American Law Schools (AALS) in 1912.

School Information

Additional Info

School:

University Of California, Davis

Law School:

University of California, Berkeley School of Law

School Address:

215 Boalt Hall Berkeley, California 94720-7200

Country:

United States

Email Address:

admissions@law.berkeley.edu

Type of Email:

Admissions

Phone:

(510) 642-1741

Phone Type:

Public

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