According to rankings recently released by the Princeton Review, Chapman University’s Dale E. Fowler School of Law is among the best in the United States.

The New York-based education company featured Chapman in its 2020 “Best Law Schools,” where the law school not only ranks 82nd overall, but also in the Top 50 for the “Academic Experience” (which measures the quality of a school’s learning environment) and “Professors: Accessibility” categories.

In assembling this year’s “Best Law Schools” list, the Princeton Review surveyed more than 19,000 law school students, in addition to compiling data directly from the schools to complete the list. Surveyed students commented on the Fowler School of Law’s “emphasis on practical classes,” “excellent bar prep program,” and “strong sense of community.”

These rankings come on the heels of a recent study that showed the Fowler School of Law ranks 76th of all U.S. law schools for the academic impact of its faculty’s scholarly output.

“These external recognitions demonstrate that on both a teaching and scholarly level, we are providing a dynamic, high-quality educational environment for our students,” said Matthew Parlow, dean of the Fowler School of Law.