For the third consecutive year, FIU Law earned its highest-ever standing in U.S. News & World Report’s annual law school rankings. The College ranked No. 46 among public law schools and No. 88 overall in the publication’s “2022 Best Law School Rankings,” released on Tuesday.
“The past year has underscored the important responsibility America’s law schools have to promote the rule of law and a more just society,” said Dean Antony Page. “We have embraced that responsibility from our founding, and are proud to stand as a catalyst for transformational growth as one of the country’s best values in legal education.”
FIU Law also achieved its highest-ever ranking in The National Jurist’s November assessment of the country’s “Best Value Law Schools,” ranking #11 nationally for overall value and #1 among law schools serving a majority-minority student body.
Five of FIU Law’s specialty programs also earned top-50 recognition among public law schools in U.S. News’ latest rankings. The College’s part-time program ranked No. 14, while the international law program ranked No. 22, the trial advocacy program ranked No. 29, the legal writing program ranked No. 34, and the intellectual property law program ranked No. 44.