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Choosing the right college can be tricky. Not only do you have to find the best school for your degree of choice, but you also have to find the best school for you. For law students, there’s a number of schools available for you to choose from, which can make it harder to choose from when writing out applications. What does each school have that the other may not? What makes that school one of the best?


Check out some of the best law schools in the United States of America down below to learn more.



  • Yale University
    Ranking at number one is Yale University. This Ivy League school is unique in that it doesn’t have a traditional grading system—in fact, there are no grades at all in this school. Rather than grades, student work is judged based on a pass/fail system, with ranks rating at honors, pass, low pass, credit, or failure. Likewise, there are no concentrations for students to choose from when obtaining their degree, though they can tailor their studies through course selection instead.
  • Harvard University
    Harvard Law School has made its name outside of fictional character Elle Woods’ success in Legally Blonde. Many famous figureheads, such as the former President and First Lady Barack and Michelle Obama, have graduated from Harvard Law, and students attending the school are given opportunities to practice what they’ve learned outside of the classroom as early as their first year of school. The school also offers a Low Income Protection Plan for graduates making minimum wage and struggling with their student loan payments.
  • New York University Law School
    Students get to practice their skills beginning in their first year of school at New York University (NYU) Law School thanks to its Lawyering Program. During their second and third year, there are more than 30 legal clinics where students can continue practicing, as well as 25 on-campus centers and Colloquia seminar classes to workshop a number of subjects. Joint and dual degrees are available for students to take advantage of, and there are 15 universities across the globe that are partnered with NYU to let law students study in foreign countries as well.