There’s no denying that the main reason most people go to law school is to get a job. Attending a law school that offers a strong professional network might be the smartest thing any future JD can do.
The online graduate school guide GraduatePrograms.com polled over 10,000 former and current law school students to find out which US schools offer the best networking opportunities.
Participants rated their programs on a scale of 1-10 — 10 being the strongest — on the faculty, peer, and alumni networks available to them while they were in school, and after they graduated. The scores were then averaged and ranked to determine the programs with the best networking opportunities.
Here are the 25 best law schools for networking:
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