SEATTLE - US News and World Report has ranked the UW Information
School Law Librarianship Program number one in their annual look at America's
best graduate schools.
The Law Librarianship Program is designed to prepare lawyers with an
existing J.D. degree to serve as law librarians in courts, federal and state
government, law schools, corporations, and law firms. The program was
created in 1940 and has over 220 graduates.
The program is directed by Associate Dean for Library and Computing
Services Penny Hazelton. Mary Hotchkiss, Director of Academic
Advising, also teaches in the program.
Other UW School of Law rankings in the USNWR issue include:
- -International Law at the UW School of Law was ranked 21
- -Environmental Law Program at the UW School of Law was ranked 18
- -Tax Law Program at the UW School of Law was ranked 18
- -Intellectual Property Program at the UW School of Law was ranked 23
- -UW School of Law was ranked 28 out of all U.S. law schools
(USNWR 2006 rankings for the UW School of Law.)