The National Jurist magazine has positioned Florida State University College of Law the thirteenth best esteem graduate school in the country. The positioning, which is distributed in The National Jurist's 'Back to School 2015' issue, weighs vital understudy results – bar entry rate and livelihood rate – against educational cost, average cost for basic items and obligation.
As indicated by The National Jurist, the rankings are "intended to discover the graduate schools where graduates have phenomenal shots of doing the certified lawyer's exam and landing a lawful position without tackling a huge amount of obligation." This is the seventh year in succession that The National Jurist has positioned Florida State one of the country's main 15 best esteem graduate schools.
The national positioning mirrors the graduate school's solid understudy results. Florida State graduates passed the latest organization of the Florida Bar Examination at a rate of 80.3%. By complexity, the general breezing through rate for first-time test takers was 68.9%. Moreover, as per U.S. News and World Report (2015), Florida State is Florida's #1 graduate school, and the country's 26th best, as far as occupation arrangem