UF Law in Top Tier for Hispanic Students
The Levin College of Law is one of the top law schools in the nation for Hispanic students, according to the September issue of the magazine Hispanic Business. UF law placed No. 6 in the magazine’s annual rankings, maintaining its position in the top tier.
The magazine cited UF’s focus on international programs in Latin America, the scholarship of its Hispanic faculty (including Professor Berta Hernandez-Truyol, a founder of the LatCrit movement), mentoring by prominent alumni and an active social scene (including SALSA events) as some of the reasons for UF’s high ranking.