Leiden Law School rises in QS World University Ranking
Leiden Law School has moved up three places in the global ranking of law faculties and is now in 21st place.
Last year Leiden Law School was placed 24th. This year, Leiden Law School holds the 21st position within the list. Our Law School shares this position with the American University of Georgetown.
Top of the list is the Law Faculty of Harvard University in America, this is followed by the Law Faculties of the University of Oxford and the University of Cambridge, both from the United Kingdom.
The QS World University Rankings are compiled annually by the scientific field on the basis of academic reputation, employer reputation and the effect of research impact. For this year's ranking, a total of 342 law schools were assessed.