The Winter 2020 issue of preLaw magazine, available Jan. 29, recognizes UB School of Law as a top school for diversity, as well as a top school for placing graduates in public service jobs.
Specifically, the magazine named UB Law as among the “Best Schools for African Americans,” ranking it 16th of the top 21 law schools. UB Law was also listed among the “Best Schools for Public Service,” specifically for students interested in working as prosecutors, public defenders or government lawyers. UB also placed fifth in the nation for students obtaining clerkships, ahead of Stanford, Maryland, University of Chicago and others.
PreLaw, a magazine for college students planning to attend law school, is distributed free of charge on campuses throughout the nation. According to its publisher, each quarterly issue is read by approximately 45,000 pre-law students.