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Thursday, April 16, 2020

Law School Rankings By Debt-To-Income Ratios 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-to-income ratios of their graduates with federal student loan debt:

Rank School Ratio
1 Stanford 0.77
2 Harvard 0.84
3 Duke 0.85
4 Chicago 0.86
4 Penn 0.86
6 Cornell 0.88
7 BYU 0.91
7 Northwestern 0.91
9 Columbia 0.92
10 Yale 0.98
11 Iowa 0.99
12 Connecticut 1.01
13 Washington University 1.02
14 NYU 1.05
14 Virginia 1.05
16 Wisconsin 1.10
17 Georgia State 1.11
18 UC-Berkeley 1.12
19 Boston College 1.14
19 Michigan 1.14
19 Temple 1.14
22 Nebraska 1.16
22 Tennessee 1.16
22 Texas Tech 1.16
22 Wayne State 1.16
26 Texas 1.18
27 Arkansas-Fayetteville 1.19
27 Vanderbilt 1.19
29 Mitchell Hamline 1.21
30 North Dakota 1.26
30 UCLA 1.26
32 Kansas 1.27
33 Kentucky 1.28
34 Mississippi 1.32
35 Alabama 1.33
36 Illinois 1.34
37 Houston 1.36
38 Baylor 1.37
38 Boston University 1.37
40 Utah 1.38
41 Hawaii 1.39
41 Oklahoma 1.39
43 Louisiana State 1.41
44 CUNY 1.43
44 Georgia 1.43
44 UNLV 1.43
47 Missouri 1.45
47 USC 1.45
49 Villanova 1.47
50 Tulsa 1.48

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Comments

This is a much more meaningful measure than raw income levels because it's scaled. Very interesting output and one of the more relevant rankings I've seen for law schools.

Posted by: Anon | Apr 18, 2020 2:53:30 PM