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Wednesday, March 18, 2015

2016 U.S News Law School Rankings: Average Student Debt

Following up on my posts (links below) on the 2016 U.S. News Law School Rankings:  U.S. News, Which Law School Graduates Have the Most Debt?:

School (Rank)Ave. Debt of 2014 Grads% Grads With Debt
Thomas Jefferson (Tier 2) $172,445 91%
New York Law School (127) $166,622 83%
Northwestern (12) $163,065 80%
Florida Coastal (Tier 2) $162,785 93%
American (71) $159,316 83%
Vermont (122) $156,713 84%
Touro (Tier 2) $154,855 85%
San Francisco (138) $154,321 88%
Columbia (4) $154,076 76%
Whittier (Tier 2) $151,602 91%

Thirteen law schools did not supply U.S. News with debt data on their graduates: 

Appalachian, Arizona Summit, Faulkner, Florida A&M, La Verne, John Marshall (Atlanta), Missouri (Kansas City), New England, Rutgers-Camden, Southern Illinois, Southwestern, Texas Southern, and Western Michigan-Cooley.

Prior TaxProf Blog coverage:

https://taxprof.typepad.com/taxprof_blog/2015/03/2016-us-news-law-school-rankings-.html

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