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Rogers College Of Law Ranked 4th Among Nation’s Law Schools By Hispanic Business Magazine

The Rogers College of Law is the fourth best law school in the country for Hispanic students, according to Hispanic Business Magazine’s annual ranking of graduate schools. The 2005 survey is published in the September issue of the magazine. Last year the Rogers College of Law ranked seventh. Toni M. Massaro, Dean of the Rogers College of Law, said that “the Hispanic Business rankings focus national attention on what we do for every student, which is offer an extraordinary legal education that is both accessible and affordable. It’s great to be recognized for our continuing effort.” The methodology for ranking included the number of Hispanic students, the percentage of Hispanic students compared with total school enrollment, the number and type of programs and services geared towards recruiting and mentoring Hispanic students, the student retention rate, and the school’s standing in U.S. News and World Report rankings. This year, the magazine also interviewed students and recent graduates. The University of Miami law school ranked first, followed by University of Texas at Austin, and Stanford. The Rogers College of Law was the only Arizona law school included on the list. Full details are available at www.hispanicbusiness.com/news/newsbyid.asp?id=25203&cat=Magazine&more=/magazine/.