Facts About DePaul University School of Law

Facts About DePaul University School of Law

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Facts About DePaul University School of Law
DePaul University College of Law is a privately funded and nationally ranked educational institution which, for most of its history, has existed as part of the parent school of DePaul University. As with DePaul University, DePaul University College of Law is Roman Catholic in affiliation. DePaul University College of Law is located in Chicago, Illinois.
The US News & World Report ranking of American law schools places DePaul University College of Law at the #98 position, while specific programs and specializations offered to law students in these settings have garnered higher rankings from US News & World Report. Specifically, the Intellectual Property Law and Health Law programs offered by DePaul University College of Law are considered to be among the 15 best available in the county.
As of 2006, DePaul University College of Law boasted a class size of 741 students, with an additional 352 enrolled on a part-time basis. The Dean of DePaul University College of Law is Warren Wolfson. The main option for study at DePaul University College of Law is directed toward acquiring a Juris Doctor (J.D.) degree.
In addition, DePaul University College of Law students have the options of jointly pursuing their legal education in conjunction with other DePaul University institutions, either the Graduate School of Business or the College of Computing and Digital Media, providing preparation for, respectively, joint J.D./M.B.A. or joint J.D./M.S. or J.D./M.A. degrees. Other joint degrees are in the areas of Public Service Management.

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