NKU’s Chase College of Law program beats out Harvard in business, innovation, report finds

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The Northern Kentucky University Chase College of Law’s W. Bruce Lunsford Academy for Law, Business, and Technology was named the top law-school program in the United States for innovation and business, according to a report by Bloomberg Law. 

The survey evaluated law-school programs nationwide on various pillars but noted the Lunsford Academy’s creative and impactful programming for students. Runners-up in the same category include Harvard Law School, University of California College of Law, San Francisco, and Fordham University College of Law. 

The W. Bruce Lunsford Academy for Law, Business, and Technology was founded in 2013 after a gift from Kentucky business innovator Bruce Lunsford. This honors program at Chase advances hands-on and conceptual training in applying law, business, and technology that are increasingly interrelated in a digital economy.

The Lunsford Academy also partners with Northern Kentucky and Greater Cincinnati enterprises to utilize the expertise of Lunsford scholars in internships and job placement opportunities. 

 To learn more about the W. Bruce Lunsford Academy for Law, Business, and Technology, visit its website.

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