Charleston Law rated among top law schools in 2023 by Princeton Review

Princeton Review released its 2023 law school ratings this week and Charleston School of Law is among the top rated law schools in the categories of “Professor Accessibility” and “Professor: Teaching.”

Based on a scale of 60 to 99, Charleston Law received a rating of 97 for both “accessibility” and “teaching” by its law students. The publication reports that ratings are “based on how law students rate accessibility (and teaching) of law faculty members at their school.”

The Charleston School of Law is nationally recognized for its student-centric culture. Our diverse, inclusive “open door” culture has created a unique learning environment where students are encouraged to collaborate and begin practicing the law.

“Princeton Review recognized what everyone at Charleston School of Law knows: we have fantastic faculty who are knowledgeable and accessible to students,” said Larry Cunningham, Charleston School of Law Dean and Provost. “Teaching is at the heart of what we do. Congratulation to our faculty for their outstanding work in and out of the classroom.”

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Charleston School of Law will host its next Open House on Saturday, February 25. It’s a perfect opportunity to meet our faculty, experience a mock class, meet other prospective students, engage with current students and alumni in a Q&A session.