Temple Law Ranked 15th Nationally in Experiential Education

Temple Law School has been ranked 15th nationally in
experiential education by National Jurist magazine.  The
magazine assigned an “A” grade to Temple’s overall experiential
curriculum. 

Temple has been widely recognized as a leader in experiential
legal education for more than a half century.  The school’s
clinical program, currently ranked 19th among law
schools nationwide by National Jurist magazine, was established
with the opening of the Temple Legal Aid Clinic in 1953.
Today, in addition to the three in-house clinics offered through
Legal Aid, Temple offers 28 external clinics in a wide variety of
settings.  Many students also take advantage of Temple’s other
elective experiential offerings, which include award winning
integrated programs in trial advocacy and transactional law,
immersive summer experiences in D.C. and Philadelphia, and our
unique Practicum program.  Additionally, Temple Law’s first
year curriculum includes Introduction to Transactional Skills and
Litigation Basics, hailed by National Jurist magazine as among the
15 most innovative ideas in experiential legal education.

To read the full report by National Jurist magazine, please
click here.