UF Top Ten Law School For Hispanics: Magazine
One University of Florida college is being recognized by a national Hispanic publication. The Levin College of Law was ranked among the Top Ten law schools for Hispanics by "Hispanic Business" magazine.
The law program ranked eighth overall. Close to ten percent of the college's law students are Hispanic. Students say the college offers a strong support system that includes Hispanic faculty and multiple student organizations.
Florida State and The University of Miami also made the top ten list.
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