Neither Maryland law school rose in the rankings this year, but they didn’t fall much either.
As my colleague Alissa Gulin reported, University of Maryland Francis King Carey School of Law and the University of Baltimore School of Law saw little movement in their U.S. News & World Report rankings.
UB Law shared the 135 slot with four other schools. The law school’s ranking held steady after falling from No. 113 in 2012 to No. 134 last year.
UM Carey came in at No. 46 this year, a slight dip from its No. 41 spot the year before and No. 39 in 2012.
UM Carey’s health care law program was ranked No. 1 after holding the No. 4 spot the year before. It also ranked No. 6 in environmental law and No. 11 in clinical training.
Both schools’ evening programs fared well, but also slipped a bit. UM Carey’s was ranked No. 7, down from No. 6 in 2013, while UB Law’s evening program came in at No. 29, compared to No. 26 last year.