Pepperdine University School of Law has appeared in a number of recent law school rankings.
In an article entitled, "The 50 Best Law Schools In The US," Business Insider writes, "Given the absurdly high price tag on education and dim outlook on the legal job market, choosing the right law school makes all the difference. We asked more than 400 American legal professionals to select the 10 law schools that would best serve a legal career." Pepperdine appears at number 29 on the list. Other Southern California schools to make a showing included UCLA (#16), USC (#26), and Loyola (#39). Read the full list here.
The Blakely Advocacy Institute released their annual moot court rankings for 2012-2013. Pepperdine Law's program was ranked in fourteenth place in the country, earning the school an invitation to the 2014 Moot Court National Championship in January, 2014. See more details about the rankings at the Institute's website.
The Princeton Review's Best 169 Law Schools (2014 Edition), based on surveys of more than 18,500 students at 169 law schools as well as data from administrations, ranks schools by eleven different categories. Pepperdine appeared in the top ten in the following lists: Best Professors (#5), Best Quality of Life (#10). Visit the Princeton Review's website here.