Schnader Lawyer Member of Faculty at BU Law, Recognized as The Best Law School Faculty by The Princeton ReviewOn October 25, 2011 by Schnader in News
The Princeton Review recently recognized Boston University School of Law for the “Best Legal Faculty” in the country for the second straight year in a row. The law school placed sixth in the country for “Best Classroom Experience” as well. The Princeton Review is a highly regarded school-rating and test-prep services company that ranks schools based on both data supplied by the schools and on student comments.
Albert S. Dandridge, III, chair of the Firm’s Securities Practice Group and its Chief Diversity Officer, was recently recognized by Boston University as the recipient of The John Stephen Baerst Award for Excellence in Teaching. His receipt of the award was featured in The Princeton Review when the publication ranked Boston University School of Law as “Best Legal Faculty.” Mr. Dandridge is an adjunct professor at the Morin Center for Banking and Financial Studies at Boston University School of Law.