|24||International Committee of Red Cross Teaching International Humanitarian Law Workshop *|
|Introduction to Law *|
|29||ICLRS Development Meeting *|
|Development Meeting *|
|07||Religious Freedom Discussion Series, Gary B. Doxey|
|12||Religious Freedom Discussion Series, David M. Kirkham|
According to data extracted from The Princeton Review's Top 172 Law Schools, the J. Reuben Clark Law School is ranked the 12th best law school overall as reported on theTaxProf Blog. The statistics also show BYU
BYU Law School Dean James R. Rasband recognizes the many contributing factors to providing students with a valuable academic experience, with particular mention of the school’s faculty.
“Our students’ academic experience is largely influenced by the caliber and commitment of our faculty. The depth of their expertise and high level of engagement with the students sets the stage for an intellectually stimulating experience,” said Dean James R. Rasband.
The rankings are the result of Princeton Review's survey of 18,000 students at the 172 law schools, along with school statistics provided by administrators.
Posted:October 15, 2009