National Law Journal Calls UChicagoLaw 'Best Buy'

Chicago, Howard are the best buy 'Go-To' law schools
Leigh Jones
National Law Journal
March 1, 2011

The University of Chicago Law School and Howard University School of Law gave their 2010 graduates the most big-firm bang for their tuition buck.

Those schools had the highest percentage of graduates taking first-year associate jobs at NLJ 250 law firms for the lowest tuition price.

The University of Chicago Law School was ranked No. 1 on the NLJ's Go-To Law School list, with 58.97% of its 2010 graduates taking jobs at NLJ 250 law firms. At the same time, it was ranked No. 18 in terms of law school tuition costs, meaning that 17 schools out of the 50 on the Go-To list cost more.