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    California (San Francisco) -- University of California, Hastings College of the Law -- Accreditation: Full ABA -- Year Founded: 1878
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    University of California, Hastings College of the Law (UC Hastings or Hastings) is a public law school in San Francisco, California, in the Civic Center neighborhood. Founded in 1878 by Serranus Clinton Hastings, the first Chief Justice of California, it was the first law school of the University of California (UC) state university system and was one of the first law schools established in the Western United States. It is one of the few university-affiliated law schools in the United States that does not share its campus with undergraduates or other graduate programs.

    About UC Hastings College of the Law

    Hastings College of the Law was founded in 1878 as the first law department of the University of California, and today is one of the top-rated law schools in the United States. Its alumni span the globe and are among the most respected lawyers, judges and business leaders today. Our faculty are nationally renowned as both teachers and scholars.

    Our electives offer many opportunities:
    • clinical training
    • more than 50 seminars in wide-ranging areas
    • concentrations for advanced study in taxation, litigation, international and comparative law, and public interest law
    • opportunities to work on scholarly journal publications
    • a moot court training program that regularly produces national championship teams for appellate advocacy competitions throughout the United States
    Location

    UC Hastings campus spreads among three main buildings located near San Francisco's Civic Center:
    • 200 McAllister Street houses academic space and administrative offices
    • 198 McAllister contains mainly classrooms and faculty offices
    • 100 McAllister (known casually as "The Tower") is student housing




    View west from the 24th floor James Edgar Hervey Skyroom at 100 McAllister Street. Visible buildings include San Francisco City Hall with its prominent dome, the city's Main Library at the left foreground and the Supreme Court of California on the right

    Rankings

    US News ranks Hastings 39th among top law schools in the US, and is the most diverse of the four law schools in the UC system. It also has the largest student body and student/faculty ratio of the UC schools. "Super Lawyers" magazine recently ranked UC Hastings 11th in terms of law schools that produced the most "Super Lawyers". According to Brian Leiter's Law School rankings, Hastings ranks 27th in the nation in terms of scholarly impact as measured by academic citations of tenure-stream faculty, on par with USC. In terms of student quality, Hastings ranks 33rd in the nation by average LSAT score.

    UC Hastings is 14th in the nation for bar passage rate versus the average passage rate of its venue state. According to the Web site "Law School Advocacy," UC Hastings had the No. 2 Moot Court program in the country in 2007.

    In 2009, U.S. News & World Report ranked Hastings 39th among all U.S. law schools.

    A Message from the Dean

    What makes Hastings stand out?

    It might be our location in the heart of San Francisco, near the Civic Center and the local, state, and federal courts. UC Hastings is steps away from every manner of transportation, from streetcars and cable cars, to ferries and BART, San Francisco's subway. Our urban campus is comprised of three buildings containing classrooms, offices, our award-winning library, conference space, student apartments, and numerous amenities, such as the bookstore, Law Cafe, the Skyroom, several lounges and study spaces, a basketball court and fitness center.

    It might be the way we have built on our heritage to create one of the best law schools in the country. Hastings was founded in 1878 as the law department of the University of California and, as such, was the first UC law school and the first law school in California. Hastings has a proud history. In the years following World War II, Hastings was known for its Sixty-Five Club, a group of eminent scholars and jurists who provided Hastings with one of the most distinguished faculties of any American law school. Today, Hastings' faculty is comprised of a diverse and exciting group of outstanding teachers and nationally acclaimed scholars who range in experience from entry level professors to distinguished senior professors.

    More:
    http://www.uchastings.edu/about/deans-message.html
    Contact

    Mailing Address:
    UC Hastings College of the Law
    200 McAllister Street
    San Francisco, CA 94102

    Hastings Main Telephone: 415.565.4600
    Hastings TTY Line: 415.565.4809

    Press Contact: Nicole Sadler
    Communications Coordinator, 415.581.8818
    Campus Telephone Directory
    Faculty and Staff First Name Directory
    Administration and Department Office Hours

    All phone numbers listed are area code 415.

    All email addresses are @uchastings.edu.

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