University of Dayton School of Law Ranks as Top-Tier Law School

Kyle T. Kirts leverages a wide range of legal experience to lead his private practice in Dayton, Ohio, where he concentrates on family law, criminal defense, probate, and juvenile law. To prepare for his legal career, Kyle Kirts earned a JD from the University of Dayton School of Law (UDSL).

UDSL recently issued a press release to announce that its achievements in enrollment, curricular advancement, and career placement were recognized when U.S. News & World Report ranked USDL as a top-tier law school. According to USDL, the school improved its national ranking by 16 places to earn its first top-tier ranking on the 2015 U.S. News report, based on reviews from lawyers and judges. USDL has been progressively growing its reputation for excellence over the years, moving up 40 places on the U.S. News & World Report two years ago.

In the press release, USDL notes that it has also met enrollment goals for two consecutive classes and earned 54th place for job placement out of the 202 law schools accredited with the American Bar Association. The school has additionally yielded success through its various curricular innovations, including a new intellectual property and entrepreneurship center.