For release: November 3, 2010
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The University of MemphisCecil C. Humphreys School of Law continues to garner “Top
10” national recognition. The Princeton Review has ranked the U of M Law School eighth in terms of “Best Quality of Life” in its
2011 edition of Best 172 Law Schools.
The rankings are based on the following criteria: whether there is a strong sense
of community at the school, how aesthetically pleasing the law school is, the location
of the law school, the quality of the social life, classroom facilities, and the library
Other law schools in the publication’s Quality of Life Top 10 include Virginia, Duke,
Stanford, and Northwestern.
“We are very fortunate to be able to combine an excellent quality of law school life
with a best value legal education, all in a state-of-the-art, renovated, historic
facility,” said Dean Kevin Smith.
The complete listings are available online at www.princetonreview.com/law-school-rankings.aspx
The Cecil C. Humphreys School is located in the former U.S. Customs House in downtown
Memphis, near the city’s judicial and legal community. Recently, preLaw magazine rated the school ninth nationally as a “best value” law school.