Baylor Law School's Technology And Library Services Highly Rated In Survey

Sept. 23, 2002

by Alan Hunt

A recent survey of law students in the Lone Star State gave high marks to the library and technology services at the Sheridan and John Eddie Williams Legal Research and Technology Center at Baylor's new, state-of-the-art Sheila and Walter Umphrey Law Center.

Law students were asked by the Texas Lawyer legal publication to rank their schools in various categories. Baylor law students who participated in the survey gave Baylor Law School a first-place ranking in the technology category with a score of 4.67 out of a possible 5.00, and a third-place ranking for Baylor's library services, with a 4.33 score of a possible 5.00.

The survey results and additional material are available in the Sept. 9 issue of Texas Lawyer.

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