Campbell Law ranked 8th nationally for best value, 23rd for small law

RALEIGH, North Carolina — The National Jurist has ranked Campbell Law School eighth nationally for best value among private law schools and 23rd nationally for small law. The best value ranking marks Campbell Law’s second appearance on the list in as many years.

In selecting institutions for inclusion on the best value list, the publication considered a number of academic and financial variables, including tuition, cost of living, debt, employment figures, and bar passage rates within the institution and their home state over the past two years. For small law, the publication weighted the percentage of recent grads that landed Small Law jobs at 70 percent and recent grads that landed Big Law jobs at 30 percent.

The complete rankings are included in The National Jurist’s Back to School 2015 issue on newsstands now.

“We are glad to be included yet again on the list of best private value law schools by The National Jurist,” said Campbell Law Dean J. Rich Leonard. “Every year we strive to add new programs and opportunities for our students while maintaining our tuition as closely as we can, and we are excited to be a part of this list alongside many other fine institutions.”

Last year The National Jurist included Campbell Law on a list of the top 22 private law schools in the country for best value.