U.S. NEWS & WORLD REPORT RANKS UF LAW THE NO. 1 LAW SCHOOL IN FLORIDA AND 41ST OVERALL.
“Be inquisitive, work hard and learn. Believe me, whatever your goals are here at UF Law, you can make them happen. The professors, faculty and staff are here for you. The law school has your back. At UF Law, I have learned that if you have these questions, you are not at a disadvantage. Your adversity is an asset, not a setback.”Students
“If you go to UF Law School, right out of the bat, you have a lot of credibility just having graduated from this law school. It truly is the premier law school in this state and if you want to practice in the state of Florida, this is the place to be. So you automatically get a bump up in your stature just from graduating from here. It was my UF Law degree that helped me get an internship with a federal judge, which then helped me get a job at the State Attorney’s Office, which then helped me become a criminal defense attorney. So, it was a very important foundation that really led me on to a lot of other things.”
“Every law school is different, but UF Law is special. It’s special because we have incredible students who go on in life to be incredible lawyers in all aspects of law, ranging from the practitioner who helps the poor to the practitioner who guides corporate litigation, to the lawmakers and to the judges who decide what the law is. It is special because of the feeling of wholeness that it is. There is not one field of law in which Florida doesn’t shine. It is a place where students learn to engage each other.”Faculty
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