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Glimpse of USNWR Part-Time Program Rankings

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Partially previewed here. D.C. anyone?

1. Georgetown (D.C.)
2. George Washington (D.C.)
3. Fordham (N.Y.)
4. American (D.C.)
5. George Mason (Vir.)

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3 Responses

  1. lukegilman says:

    See also The Shark: us news offers peek at part-time rankings. washington, d.c. schools dominate the top five

    Georgetown has always had a strong commitment to evening legal education, but I would have thought we’d see more spread geographically. I guess the fundamental equation of evening law programs is (people who have a reason to keep their day jobs) + (need a J.D.) = D.C.

  2. lukegilman says:

    NB: George Mason is about 20 miles outside D.C., so even though technically in Virginia, still a D.C. school.

  3. SweetDee says:

    Actually, George Mason’s law school is located in Arlington, VA, which is only approx 5 miles from the District. D.C. seems to be a great area for p/t law programs.

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