For the 12th year in a row, Chapman University Dale E. Fowler School of Law has achieved a top 10 ranking for “Quality of Life” in The Princeton Review’s “Best 173 Law Schools” for 2016. The school has been ranked #6 among all ABA law schools in this category.
Fowler School of Law has claimed a spot on the Quality of Life list every year since 2005, thanks in part to its collaborative and friendly student body, accessible faculty, personalized education (with one of the best student-to-faculty ratios among ABA-approved law schools), top-notch campus facilities and its premier Southern California location.
“Our continued recognition for Quality of Life is a reflection not only of our terrific geographic location and beautiful campus, but also of the law school’s collaborative student body and supportive faculty and staff. New and prospective students notice our friendly community when they first visit the school, and that sense of community continues throughout the law school experience and long after graduation.”
Jayne Kacer, Associate Dean for Student Affairs and Administration
The historic Old Towne Orange neighborhood, just one block from campus, offers students unique dining and shopping options while the law school’s stunning Kennedy Hall provides a comfortable and state-of-the-art learning facility. Two mock courtrooms provide fully equipped facilities for trial advocacy exercises, moot court competitions and formal hearings. A spacious student lounge creates a comfortable home away from home with a kitchen, game room, vending machines, television, couches, and a private room for new mothers.