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Sunday, April 9, 2017

2017 Religious Law School Rankings

Most Devout

The Most Devout Law Schools, preLaw, Spring 2017, at 42:



In 2014, pre-Law first undertook a detailed look at how much emphasis law schools place on religion in their curriculums, faculty makeup and daily campus lives. We have updated that list of rankings annually. We gathered detailed information from the religiously-affiliated schools and from other sources. From that data, we compiled a ranking based on: 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-related journals, centers and clinics; religious services and clergy at the law school; mission of the law school. 

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