University of Cincinnati College of Law Named a Best School for Public Service Careers
Kate Cook ’14 interned with the Indigent Defense Clinic, learning to represent clients.
The College of Law was recognized among the top 20 law schools in the country for law students interested in prosecutorial/public defender work.
Cincinnati, OH— The accolades continue into 2016 as the University of Cincinnati College of Law was just recognized as a “Best School for Public Service Careers” by National Jurist magazine. The college is among the top 20 law schools in the country in the prosecutors/public defenders category.
“I am very happy to hear we have been recognized for our success in preparing students for careers in public service. This is a reflection to the hard work and commitment of our faculty and staff,” said Dean Jennifer S. Bard.
National Jurist magazine conducted a study, which will be published in the winter edition of preLaw magazine that looked at the top schools in three categories – public interest, government and prosecutors/public defenders. The study examined curricular offerings, employment placement, debt, starting salary and loan repayment assistance programs. Twenty schools were recognized in each category; some schools appeared in more than one.
Over the past few months the College of Law has received numerous acknowledgements, including being ranked an A- Best Value Law School by National Jurist and preLaw magazines; a top school for practical training by National Jurist; a top 50 law school for sending graduates to the top 250 law firms by the National Law Journal; and a top 30 National Jurist Super Lawyer School.