1. University of Connecticut School of Law
The University of Connecticut School of Law is one of the leading public law schools in the United States. The law school offers 40 percent of the first-year curriculum in seminar format. The school has an outstanding and accessible faculty, an intensive first-year skills program, a rich and varied curriculum, and student organizations active across the spectrum of legal and social concerns making the University of Connecticut a law school of exceptional strength.
2. Quinnipiac University School of Law
Quinnipiac has a personal, student-centered approach to the law school experience. It has a favorable 10:1 student-to-faculty ratio, an extraordinary accessibility of the faculty, and an environment that both challenges and supports its students. Students enjoy a modern, relaxed, and safe environment for study with wireless computer access.
3. Yale Law School
Yale Law School seeks to promote an intellectual understanding of the law and to sustain the moral commitments that justice requires. The school has extensive student-faculty interactions and institutional flexibility. It offers opportunities for research and writing with professors. The remarkable faculty-to-student ratio offers a wide range of courses and small classes. The average class size is of fewer than 20 students.