Saturday, August 27, 2016
Colorado Law School press release:
With 170 individuals, the University of Colorado Law School’s incoming class of 2019 is the most selective and academically competitive in the school’s history. The 2016-17 admissions cycle set the school’s record for number of applications and highest median GPA of an incoming class.
This year, Colorado Law [#40 in U.S. News] received 3,299 applications for the class of 2019—a 38 percent increase from last year and the greatest number of applications ever received in an admissions cycle. The larger applicant pool allowed for more selectivity, which boosted the median GPA to the highest in the school’s history (3.69). The median LSAT score (162) for the class of 2019 is also higher than that of previous classes.
Here is Colorado's admission data for the prior six years from Law School Transparency: