Hamline's dispute resolution program remains among top five in the nation
Hamline University School of Law has moved into the third tier in the national rankings in the latest U.S. News & World Report assessment of the nation's best graduate schools and specialty programs. In addition, Hamline's Dispute Institute has been ranked fourth in the nation. This is the eighth consecutive year that the law school's dispute resolution program ranked among the top five alternative dispute programs in the nation.
"Hamline's overall ranking in the third tier reflects many positive developments, including the successful establishment of our new Health Law Institute, several innovative dual degree programs, and an increasingly strong first-time bar passage rate by our graduates" said Hamline University School of Law Dean Jon Garon. "These and many other measures have fueled our advancement and reflect the public value placed on the hard work of everyone at the law school. It has been that collective effort that has made this achievable."