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Monday, February 3, 2020

2020 Princeton Review Law School Rankings: Admissions Selectivity

Princeton ReviewI previously blogged the lists of the Top 10 law schools in fourteen categories in the 2020 edition of the Princeton Review's Best Law Schools. In a series of posts this week, I will highlight the Top 50 schools in the five categories for which the Princeton Review provides individual law school data:

Admissions Selectivity:  This rating measures the competitiveness of admissions at each law school on a scale of 60–99. Factors taken into consideration include the median LSAT score and undergraduate GPA of entering 1L students, the percentage of applicants who are accepted, and the percentage of applicants who are accepted and ultimately enroll. 

  Law School Selectivity
1 Yale 99
2 Harvard 97
  Stanford 97
4 Virginia 96
5 Columbia 95
  Chicago 95
  Michigan 95
  Pennsylvania 95
9 Cornell 94
  Duke 94
  Northwestern 94
  Georgia 94
  UC-Berkeley 94
  USC 94
15 Boston U. 93
  Fordham 93
  Georgetown 93
  NYU 93
  Texas 93
  UCLA 93
  Vermont 93
22 Alabama 92
  Boston College 92
  Emory 92
  Florida 92
  Georgia State 92
  Notre Dame 92
  Vanderbilt 92
  Washington U. 92
30 Colorado 91
  Florida Int'l 91
  Florida State 91
  Houston 91
  Minnesota 91
  Pittsburgh 91
  Richmond 91
  Texas A&M 91
  U. Washington  91
  UC-Davis 91
  Washington & Lee 91
41 Arizona 90
  Arizona State 90
  BYU 90
  Connecticut 90
  George Mason 90
  George Washington 90
  Loyola-L.A. 90
  North Carolina 90
  Northeastern 90
  Ohio State 90
  Oklahoma 90
  San Diego 90
  St. John's 90
  Temple 90
  Tennessee 90
  William & Mary 90

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