Washington, DC – The University of the District of Columbia David A. Clarke School of Law (UDC-DCSL) has, yet again, earned top honors in the 2016 law school rankings compiled by The Princeton Review.
Princeton Review ranked UDC-DCSL #2 nationwide in the "Best Environment for Minority Students," "Most Diverse Faculty," and "Most Chosen By Older Students" categories, in addition to being included in "The Best 173 Law Schools" out of nearly 200 schools.
The school jumped four spots in the "Best Environment for Minority Students" category in a year, and this distinction coincides with similar rankings from US News & World Report and PreLaw Magazine.
"These rankings reflect our mission and commitment to social justice. This law school is a warm and welcoming place for people of all backgrounds," Shelley Broderick, Dean of UDC-DCSL said.