Emory University School of Law

FACULTY AT A GLANCE

Student/Faculty
Ratio
Student/Faculty
Ratio Rank
Full-Time
Faculty
Full-Time
Faculty Rank
Female
Faculty
Female
Faculty Rank
Minority
Faculty
Minority
Faculty Rank
Class of 2014 Faculty 10.6:1 #17 63 #12 29 #19 6 #3

STUDENTS AT A GLANCE

Attrition Attrition Rank # of FT
Students
FT Class
Size Rank
Female
Students
Female
Students Rank
Minority
Students
Minority
Students Rank
Class of 2014 1.4% 14 246 52 - - 30.6% 69
All Students - - 810 52 43.2% 75 30.6% 69
 

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“Emory Law faculty members come to the classroom with extensive, real-world experience. They have clerked for federal judges, practiced law for the government, the public interest sector, and in private firms. They often are called upon to provide testimony and expertise in courtrooms, legislatures, Congress, and before various agencies and organizations.” (Emory Law Website)

The School has a diverse student body, which represents nearly 200 undergraduate institutions and several foreign countries. Over 75% of students are from other states. When it comes to student life, there are about 40 student organizations and three law journals, including the Emory Bankruptcy Developments Journal, Emory International Law Review, and Emory Law Journal. In addition, Atlanta is home to a number of cultural, social and recreational interests such as the Atlanta Botanical Gardens, Philips Arena, Atlanta Symphony Orchestra, and Martin Luther King Jr. Center.

With respect to student housing, the school reports “Emory Law students benefit from the university’s location in a beautiful, residential area. Along with graduate housing, students have many convenient off-campus housing options. The majority of Emory Law students live off-campus. Because of Emory’s location in northeast Atlanta, you have the option of living in the city or in nearby suburbs.” (Emory Law Website)

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