Washington, DC— University of the District of Columbia David A. Clarke School of Law (UDC-DCSL) has earned a #1 national ranking for its commitment to service in the community.
National Jurist has given UDC-DCSL the #1 spot in "Schools with the most community service hours per student." Each year, UDC-DCSL provides more than 100,000 hours of essential legal services to DC residents, breaking down to roughly 360 hours per student.
"We want our students to make a meaningful contribution," Hannah Lieberman, associate dean of Experiential and Clinical Programs, told National Jurist.
U.S. News & World Report's Best Law Schools 2016 also ranked UDC-DCSL second in diversity and in the top 10 for clinical legal training in its rankings of 198 law schools fully accredited by the American Bar Association over the last several years.
“At UDC-DCSL, our curriculum, community and culture are focused on social justice and community service. We've worked diligently to keep our tuition low enough so our graduates can actually afford to have public interest legal careers without mountains of debt,” Shelley Broderick, UDC-DCSL Dean, said.
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“I would encourage everyone interested in becoming a lawyer to make the world a better place, to reach out to our admissions team. We’d love to hear from you and learn about your goals and aspirations,” Dean Broderick said.
You can learn what makes UDC-DCSL unique HERE and more about applying HERE.