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Drexel Kline School of Law Advances to #75 in 2025 U.S. News Law School Rankings

Trial Advocacy Program (#8), Health Law (#24) and Legal Writing (#26) rise in speciality rankings

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April 09, 2024

Drexel University Thomas R. Kline School of Law advanced five spots on U.S. News & World Report’s 2025 Best Law Schools list to #75, the highest overall rank in school history, and among the top 40 private law schools in the country.

“I am pleased to see our rise in the U.S. News rankings, and I believe this ranking is actually a lagging indicator of our excellence,” said Dean Dan Filler. “I’m proud of our faculty, who are national thought leaders, and our commitment to an experiential education that is setting the pace nationally for quality and innovation.”

Since its founding in 2006, Drexel Kline Law has committed to providing students with all they need to have a competitive edge when entering the workforce, including exceptional mentorship from faculty and real-world experience through professional practice prior to graduation.

“Over the past 18 years, Drexel Kline Law has established itself as a go-to destination for prospective law students,” said Filler. “Our graduates have distinguished themselves in the region and around the country, and shown that our education is as strong as any law school in the nation.” 

Through its specialty rankings, U.S. News also recognized the law school’s strengths in Trial Advocacy (#8), Health Law (#24) and Legal Writing (#26).

Earlier this academic year, Drexel Kline Law received accolades in several preLaw Magazine rankings, including Best Law Schools for Diversity, Best Schools for Practical Training and Best Value Law Schools.