Law Schools With The Best Professors, According To Princeton Review's 2014-15 Ranking

Duke University School of Law students have a reason to celebrate being at the fifth hardest school to get into: They are being taught by the best professors, according to the Princeton Review's newest ranking, released Tuesday.

With a 10:1 student-faculty ratio, the North Carolina school leads 94 percent of graduates able to pass the bar exam on their first attempt.

Other major law schools, like Boston University, Stanford University and the University of Chicago, make up the top ten best professors list, but smaller schools like Regent University and the University of St. Thomas also made the cut.

Regent in among three Virginia schools ranked to have the best professors, being joined by the University of Virginia and Washington & Lee University.

Check out the top 10 below:

10. Regent University
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9. Samford University
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8. University of St. Thomas
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7. Stanford University
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6. Pepperdine University
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5. University of Chicago
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4. Washington And Lee University
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3. University of Virginia
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2. Boston University
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1. Duke University
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