Top 5 Best Value Law Schools

The National Jurist has released its ranking of the "best value" law schools. The top five schools on the magazine's list (September 2009 issue) were: (1) North Carolina Central University, (2) Brigham Young University, (3) the University of Nebraska, (4) Georgia State University, and (5) the University of Mississippi.

North Carolina Central University School of Law
- The School is fully accredited by the North Carolina State Bar Council and the American Bar Association.
- The Law School holds one of the most diverse student bodies in the nation.
- The Princeton Review features the school in the 2010 edition of its book "The Best 172 Law Schools”.

Brigham Young University-J. Reuben Clark Law School
- The tuition at BYU Law School is among the lowest in the nation because more than 50 percent of the cost of operating the Law School is paid from the tithing contributions of The Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-day Saints.

University of Nebraska College of Law
- The University of Nebraska was rated No. 3. The rankings were produced based upon a number of factors including the cost of education, the quality of the faculty, student experience and the placement rate of graduates. When the last Best Value Law School rankings were published by the National Jurist in October 2007, UNL Law College Law was ranked 11th.

Georgia State University College of Law
- It offers one of the most comprehensive and in-depth legal educations at one of the most reasonable tuition costs around.
- The College of Law is accredited by the American Bar Association and is a member of the Association of American Law Schools.

University of Mississippi School of Law
- National Jurist ranks the law school a Top Five "best value" in the nation.
- The School of Law is listed in the nation's top 100 law schools overall and in the top 50 public law schools in U.S.News & World Report rankings.

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