What would be the best college for law?
It depends on your preference and what you define as vital in your college experience. Maybe you want more professors per students, maybe a cool campus, maybe the prestige, maybe the location, maybe the price, etc. The education and curriculum shouldn't be wildly different, but some colleges offer more hands-on or might have professors that teach to your liking. It's all about preference. I think from your question, you value prestige a lot, and although this school has so major focus, it is known to make some pretty good lawyers for those studying it. That college is Princeton.
There is no real undergraduate school for law, only majors that prepare you for law school. The "feeder schools" to top law programs could be considered the best for law (the usual Ivies, and small liberal arts schools) but it is extremely common for people from state schools and other universities to get in with competitive statistics. Overall, complete a major you are interested in and that you believe you can excel in to get yourself on the "pre-law" track.
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