No. 33

Posted On May 31, 2017
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In May 2017, the college was ranked No. 33 by the legal blog, Above the Law. Above the Law focuses on outcomes in developing a top 50 ranking. Employment data, large firm placement, federal clerkship placement and tuition/cost were the key metrics used.

Georgia State Law Up Eight to No. 56 in U.S. News

ATLANTA — Georgia State University College of Law rose eight spots to No. 56, out of 198 ranked schools in the annual U.S. News & World Report graduate rankings, released March 10. The College of Law was at No. 64 last year.

“The rankings continue to reflect the quality of our program,” said… more »

Bar Pass Rates are In

Posted On November 1, 2013

Georgia State University College of Law’s Class of 2013 fared well on the state bar exam in July, yielding a passage rate of 94.7 percent for first-time takers, well ahead of the 88.8 percent statewide average.

Overall, the college fared well with a 94.1 percent rate among all applicants, compared with the 86.2 percent statewide.

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Once More a Best Value

ATLANTA – The Georgia State University College of Law is among the nation’s top 10 “Best Value Law Schools,” according to the October issue of The National Jurist.

The college, which has made the top 10 list for the past seven years, continues to be the No. 1 Best Value law school in Georgia. It ranked… more »

New Rankings for Georgia State Law

Posted On October 20, 2013
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In two recent online rankings, Georgia State University College of Law fares well, coming in at No. 24 for Tipping the Scales and No. 42 with Above the Law.

“The new rankings are further evidence that Georgia State Law delivers on its promise to provide an accessible, practical, quality legal education,” says Steven J. Kaminshine,… more »

Georgia State Law among Best Law Schools

ATLANTA – Georgia State University College of Law has been included in The Princeton Review’s 2013 edition of The Best 168 Law Schools.

“We chose the schools based on our high regard for their academic programs and our reviews of institutional data we collect from the schools,said Robert Franck, Princeton Review senior vice president publisher.… more »