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Tuesday, December 9, 2008

New York Law School Data

As part of its NYLJ 100 issue, the New York Law Journal has published this interesting chart with data on the 15 New York Law Schools, including:

  • Number of full-time students (largest: NYU (1,424); smallest: CUNY (412))
  • Percentage of minority students (largest: CUNY (31.3%); lowest: Albany (14.0%))
  • Percentage of women students (largest: CUNY (65.2%); lowest: Columbia (44.4%))
  • Student/faculty ratio (highest: New York Law School (23.0/1); lowest: Columbia (9.5/1))
  • Tuition (highest: Cornell ($43,688); lowest: CUNY ($10,562))
  • LSAT -- 75th percentile (highest: Columbia (174); lowest: Touro (153))
  • LSAT -- 25th percentile (highest: Columbia, NYU (169); lowest: Touro (150))
  • GPA -- 75th percentile (highest: NYU (3.86); lowest: Touro (3.30))
  • GPA -- 25th percentile (highest: Columbia (3.56); lowest: Touro (2.78))

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But for the student/faculty ratio, I think New York Law School has made some impressive progress over the last few years.

Posted by: Joe Miller | Dec 9, 2008 2:17:22 PM