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Wednesday, April 15, 2020

Law School Rankings By Debt Of Graduates

What Law Grads Earn

What Law Grads Earn, Nat'l Jurist, Spr. 2020, at 16:

For the first time, the U.S. Department of Education has unveiled median salaries earned by first-year graduates [in the Class of 2016].

Here are the Top 50 law schools with the lowest average debt loads of their graduates with federal student loan debt:

Rank School Debt
1 BYU $51,250
2 Nebraska $59,124
3 Arkansas-Fayetteville $61,500
3 North Dakota $61,500
3 Tennessee $61,500
3 Wisconsin $61,500
7 Iowa $62,249
8 Mississippi $64,300
9 Mitchell Hamline $64,429
10 Kansas $66,415
11 Wayne State $67,640
12 Alabama $68,992
13 Connecticut $69,085
14 Georgia State $69,200
15 Temple $69,583
16 Kentucky $69,860
17 Texas Tech $70,006
18 Louisiana State $71,422
19 Liberty $71,534
20 Missouri $71,603
21 Akron $73,756
22 Oklahoma $74,250
23 Tulsa $75,326
24 Cincinnati $76,173
25 Memphis $76,622
26 Montana $76,666
27 Arkansas-Little Rock $77,208
28 Hawaii $77,849
29 CUNY $78,224
30 South Dakota $79,143
31 Utah $79,768
32 N. Kentucky $79,951
33 Florida State $81,159
34 Arizona $81,178
35 Washington Univ. $81,500
36 Toledo $81,546
37 Quinnipiac $82,000
37 Rutgers $82,000
39 Washburn $82,194
40 Georgia $82,480
41 Case Western $82,570
42 N. Illinois $83,660
43 Villanova $83,761
44 Cleveland-Marshall $83,868
45 New Mexico $83,999
46 Wyoming $84,032
47 West Virginia $84,227
48 St. Thomas (MN) $84,261
49 Duquesne $84,428
50 Florida $84,508

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