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UF Law high in new U.S. graduate school rankings
The University of Florida Levin College of Law’s Graduate Tax Program continues to rank first among public law schools and second overall, its Environmental and Land Use Law Program rose four places to fifth among publics and ninth overall, and its Alternative Dispute Resolution Program rose three places to seventh among publics and 16th overall in U.S. News & World Report rankings. UF Law is in the top 20 (10 percent) in three of the nine specialty program rankings.
The publication’s annual rankings of the nation’s graduate schools place UF’s law school 25th among public schools and 48th out of 200 accredited law schools nationwide.
“It is remarkable that despite continuing budget cuts, the Levin College of Law has not only managed to sustain its top tax ranking and remain a
top tier law school, but is also attracting national attention for its strength in environmental and land use law and dispute resolution.”
—UF Law Dean Robert Jerry
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