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Tuesday, August 16, 2016

Rankings Of 117 Private Law Schools By Tuition Increases Since 2010

Matt Leichter, So Just How Far Off Were My Tuition Projections?:

Thanks to the ABA’s 509 information reports, I get $44,413 mean-average tuition at the [117] private law schools that were around in 2010. ... On average, tuition is 17 percent higher than 2010. ... 

Below the fold, here’s a list of [the 117] private law schools by cumulative cost increase between 2010 and 2015.

 

Law School 

2010 Tuition

2015 Tuition

Increase

1

WMU Cooley

30,644

47,890

17,246

2

Baylor

40,904

55,547

14,643

3

Columbia

50,428

60,362

12,272

4

Chicago

46,185

58,065

11,880

5

Harvard

46,616

58,242

11,626

6

Notre Dame

40,805

52,372

11,567

7

NYU

48,213

59,330

11,117

8

Hofstra

43,660

54,250

10,590

9

Pennsylvania

48,362

58,918

10,556

10

Georgetown

45,105

55,255

10,150

 

10th Percentile

31,130

34,596

2,442

 

50th Percentile

38,010

44,620

6,495

 

90th Percentile

46,581

55,547

9,995

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Comments

If you choose to live in a dorm that will cost you more than tuition

Posted by: james | Aug 25, 2016 5:11:39 AM