1. Hamline University School of Law
Hamline University School of Law offers a full-time weekday and part-time weekend program. It has excellent faculty, and diverse experiential learning opportunities. Hamline students graduate ready to practice law. Hamline’s Dispute Resolution Institute and Health Law Institute is a nationally recognized center of excellence. Hamline University School of Law offers students the opportunity to earn two degrees which combine law and public administration, management, nonprofit management, library and information science, and organizational leadership.
2. University of Minnesota Law School
The University of Minnesota Law School was founded in 1888. The law school provides a personal, collegial environment for the study of law. The school’s location in the midst of a cosmopolitan area provides a variety of academic, employment, cultural, and recreational opportunities. The law school is recognized internationally for its clinics and award-winning legal writing program.
3. University of St. Thomas School of Law—Minneapolis
According to Princeton Review’s The Best 159 Law Schools, the University of St. Thomas School of Law was ranked the No. 1 law school in the country in 2005. The law school atmosphere is collegial, affirming, and supportive. The School of Law was granted full accreditation by the ABA on February 14, 2006.
4. William Mitchell College of Law
William Mitchell College of Law was founded in 1900. It is an independent, private law school in St. Paul, Minnesota. William Mitchell College of Law has nationally recognized clinical, legal writing, and trial advocacy programs. The college has produced many distinguished leaders at the bench and bar. William Mitchell has over 1,000 students, 41 full-time faculty members, and more than 11,000 alumni. The college is accredited by the ABA. It is a member of the AALS too.