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PROVO, Utah (AP) -- Brigham Young University's law school ranks high in a nationwide survey released this month.
The survey, conducted by the Princeton Review, ranks B-Y-U's J. Reuben Clark Law School as one of the most rewarding academic programs in the country.
It also ranks the law school's students as some of the most competitive and politically conservative in the country.
The Princeton Review ranked the law school in the top ten in three different categories.
In the "Best Overall Academic Experience" category, B-Y-U ranked sixth. In the "Most Competitive Students" category, the school ranked seventh. And finally B-Y-U ranked third in the "Students Lean to the Right" category, a nod to the student body's conservative politics.
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