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According to U.S. News & World Report’s 2015 “Best Law Schools,” we are Minnesota’s top-ranked private law school. Hamline was also ranked a “Best Value” by National Jurist magazine in 2013. With professors who are passionate about teaching, a well-connected staff of career services professionals, a holistic approach to experiential learning, more than 5,400 accomplished alumni all around the world, and a comprehensive university campus located in the heart of a vibrant, opportunity-rich metropolitan area, we know why Hamline Law is so highly regarded. Hamline Law graduates are strong critical thinkers and effective problem-solvers who put their Hamline JD to work in any number of meaningful ways.
Hamline Law is accredited by the American Bar Association (ABA) and is a member of the Association of American Law Schools (AALS).
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More than 5,400 strong and accomplished in their fields, Hamline Law's alumni support our current students by providing externships, coaching teams, mentoring, and tutoring.
Experiential Progression adds value to your law school education through hands-on opportunities in Clinics, Externships, Competitions, Skills Labs, Pro Bono work and more.
US Air Force JAG Informational Interviews
Army JAG On-Campus Interviews
CSO Orientation 1 (LRW 1)
Professor Pope recently made several presentations and also published, "Legal Briefing: Brain Death and Total Brain Failure" in the Journal of Clinical Ethics.
Professor Marie Failinger founded and chairs the Association of American Law Schools' Section on Women in Legal Education Oral History subcommittee.
Professor of Law David Allen Larson presented at Stanford Law School as part of the 13th annual Online Dispute Resolution Forum.
Professor Sharon K. Sandeen has been invited to speak about international trade secret harmonization efforts at an upcoming conference at John Marshall Law School in Chicago.