Mexico has the best law School of everything Latin America. It is the Faculty of Law of the UNAMwhich for the fourth consecutive year has registered a significant advance in the international ranking of law schools.
The QS World University Rankingthe most prestigious higher education rating company in the world, has just published its figures for 2022 and the Law School ranks 29th among all evaluated law schools and faculties, from all over the world.
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Under the direction of Dr. Raul Contreras Bustamantethe UNAM Law School has consistently advanced in its international recognition and qualification.
In 2019, it was ranked 48th in the world, in 2020 it rose to 41st, in 2021 it reached 34th, and now, by 2022, it ranks 29th.
The university institution, from which the vast majority of those who have become ministers of the Supreme Court of Justice of the Nationadvanced 19 positions in four years, worldwide.
In addition, there is the fact that during the two years of the Pandemic, the Law School, the last to close its facilities due to confinement and the first to return to face-to-face classes throughout the UNAM campus, won 12 positions in the comparative evaluation with other law schools in Mexico and the world.
This has to do, particularly, with the successful way of facing the health crisis, confinement and other health measures, without suspending or missing a single day of school and with a zero dropout level.
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The QS World Ranking University also yields regional evaluations and there, the UNAM Law School reaches the first place of all Law schools in Ibero-America.
It is the third consecutive year that the Mexican institution, part of the UNAM, occupies that position, which places it above the law schools of the Complutense University of Madrid, the University of Barcelona, the University of Salamanca, the University of Sao Paolo, the University of Buenos Aires, the Royal and Pontifical Catholic University of Chile.