BYU Law is distinguished by the strength of its programs and the accomplishments of its graduates. The Law School ranks among the nation's top tier American Bar Association approved law schools according to U.S. News & World Report. At BYU Law, a relatively small entering class size lends itself to individualized instruction, while the University, with its 30,000 students, provides all the athletic, cultural, and social opportunities that a student expects from a great university. BYU Law graduates are found in the top law firms in the country as well as in prestigious government positions and clerkships. With alumni and affiliated attorneys located both internationally and throughout the United States, a breadth of career opportunities are available to BYU Law graduates.
BYU Law is currently ranked the # 1 Best Value Private Law School by National Jurist and the #1 Best Value Law School overall. Because of the support from its affiliate organization, The Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-day Saints, BYU Law is recognized for offering a valuable JD program for a low tuition cost. As a religiously affiliated law school centered on fostering an intellectually and spiritually invigorating community, BYU Law is devoted to the development of moral character and enlightened devotion to the rule of law.