The world of law is a competitive one, so when you hear that the Princeton Review named Baylor Law School the second most competitive law school in the country, it really stands out.
According to the Review, the ranking is based on how much time students spend studying outside of class, the level of competition at the school, and how much sleep students get on average. Students also praised Baylor for its helpful professors and programs and top-notch facilities. Baylor was also once again included among the Review‘s top 170 law schools.
Several law students put their competitive natures to good use earlier this month, claiming first place and two other awards at the Texas Administrative Law Moot Court Competition. Baylor teams have won the competition five times in the last 10 years.
Sic ’em, Baylor law!