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Tuesday, August 30, 2016

San Diego Welcomes 192 1Ls, Down 26% From Last Year's 261 (42% From 2010's 330)

USD (2016)The University of San Diego School of Law (ranked #74 in U.S. News) welcomed 192 1Ls this Fall, down 26% from last year's 261 (and 42% from 2010's 330).  Despite the enrollment decline, San Diego's 25%/50%/75% LSATs all fell, to 154/158/160 (from 156/159/161 in 2015), and their median GPA fell to 3.51 (from 3.52).  Here is San Diego's admission data for the prior six years from Law School Transparency:

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Previous TaxProf Blog posts on Fall 2016 entering classes:

https://taxprof.typepad.com/taxprof_blog/2016/08/san-diego-welcomes-192-1ls-down-26-from-last-years-261-42-from-2010s-330.html

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Ever notice that there are many Catholic universities in California with law schools but not one has a medical school?

Posted by: Micha Elyi | Aug 31, 2016 4:01:30 AM