Paul L. Caron

Sunday, April 10, 2016

2016 Religious Law School Rankings

Firm in the Faith (pre-Law Magazine, Spring 2016):

As gay marriage and other cultural changes sweep the nation, the most devout law schools seek to hold onto their core beliefs.

Religious Law Schools

2014 Religious Law School Rankings:

We compiled a ranking based on the following: percentage and activity of students who belong to the faith; percentage and activity of faculty who belong to the faith; number of religion-focused courses and other ways the school incorporates the faith into the curricula; religion-based journals, centers and clinics; religious services and clergy at the law school; mission of the law school.


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Mr. Livingston,

Since the Jews are the "Chosen," there is really no distinction between most and best. My Rabbi during the 70s had a bumper sticker on his Matador that read, "We never lost it." That was in response to the ubiquitous bumper stickers that read "I found it."

Posted by: Captain Hruska Carswell, Continuance King | Apr 12, 2016 9:09:21 PM

For adherents of the People's Temple, Cooley Law School.

Posted by: Captain Hruska Carswell, Continuance King | Apr 11, 2016 5:33:43 AM

Does this mean "the best Jews" or "the most Jews?" It's not the same.

Posted by: mike livingston | Apr 11, 2016 4:01:16 AM