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September 7, 2007

Prelaw Magazine Names Law School a “Best Value,” Singles Out Environmental, Public Interest, and Criminal Law Programs

The “Back to School 2007″ issue of Prelaw Magazine, a nationally-distributed publication aimed at prospective law students, has recognized the University of Oregon School of Law as one of the “best value” law schools in the country. The magazine touted the schools on the “best-value” list as those that deliver “results at an affordable price,” using the criteria of tuition prices, high bar passage rates, and high post-graduation employment rates. The University of Oregon School of Law was the highest-ranked Oregon law school on this year’s list. In addition to recognizing the School of Law’s overall value, the magazine also included Oregon’s environmental, public interest, and criminal law programs in separate articles highlighting the top schools in those areas.

To view the articles, visit http://www.nxtbook.com/nxtbooks/cypress/prelaw-bts07/.

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