Accreditation and Affiliation

Chicago-Kent College of Law

Chicago-Kent College of Law holds esteemed accreditations and memberships, including accreditation by the American Bar Association since 1936, membership in the Association of American Law Schools since 1951, and induction into the prestigious Order of the Coif law school honor society in 1989.

U.S. News & World Report has consistently recognized Chicago-Kent College of Law as a top-tier institution. The law school ranks within the Top 100 Law Schools and is highly regarded in various categories, including 3rd in Trial Advocacy, 3rd in the Chicago Area, 10th in Legal Writing, 11th in Best Part-Time J.D. Programs among 42 listed law schools in the USA, and 15th in Intellectual Property Law. Nationally, it stands at an impressive 63rd out of 145 ranked and accredited law schools in the country.

Furthermore, Chicago-Kent College of Law boasts outstanding employment rates, with 66.2% of graduates employed at graduation and an impressive 90.7% employed nine months after graduation. The law school also demonstrates a commendable bar passage rate, with 93.8% of its students passing the bar in their jurisdiction, exceeding the overall bar passage rate of 89%. These achievements position Chicago-Kent alongside esteemed institutions like Yale University, Stanford University, and Harvard University in terms of employment rates and bar passage success.

Chicago-Kent College of Law, accredited by the American Bar Association since 1936 and a member of esteemed organizations like the Association of American Law Schools and the Order of the Coif, is a renowned institution known for its excellence in legal education. With impressive rankings in Trial Advocacy, Legal Writing, and Intellectual Property Law, Chicago-Kent provides students with a comprehensive and exceptional learning experience. The law school’s high employment rates and remarkable bar passage success reflect its commitment to preparing graduates for successful careers in the legal field. As a top 100 law school nationally, Chicago-Kent College of Law continues to shape the future of legal education, foster a vibrant community, and make significant contributions to the legal profession.

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