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Saturday, January 22, 2022

The Top 50 Law Schools: Admissions

Following up on my previous posts:

24/7 Wall Street, 50 Hardest Law Schools to Get Into:

To determine the 50 hardest law schools to get into, 24/7 Wall St. created an index based on three measures of selectivity from the American Bar Association: acceptance rate, or the number of offer letters a school sent in fall 2021 as a share of the number of applications; median LSAT score of newly enrolled students in fall 2021; and median undergraduate GPA of newly enrolled students. (We also reviewed the share of students in the class of 2018 who took the bar exam within two years of graduation and passed.)

  1. Yale
  2. Harvard
  3. Stanford
  4. Virginia
  5. Chicago
  6. Penn
  7. Columbia
  8. Michigan
  9. Washington University
  10. NYU
  11. Georgetown
  12. Northwestern
  13. Cornell
  14. Vanderbilt
  15. Duke
  16. UC-Berkeley
  17. UCLA
  18. USC
  19. Texas
  20. Florida
  21. Boston University
  22. Notre Dame
  23. Arizona State
  24. Georgia
  25. George Washington
  26. Texas A&M
  27. Alabama
  28. UC-Irvine
  29. North Carolina
  30. Fordham
  31. Emory
  32. Florida State
  33. Minnesota
  34. Pepperdine
  35. Utah
  36. George Mason
  37. Villanova
  38. Boston College
  39. BYU
  40. William & Mary
  1. UC-Davis
  2. Ohio State
  3. Cardozo
  4. University of Washington
  5. Florida International
  6. Arizona
  7. SMU
  8. Indiana
  9. Northeastern
  10. Illinois

https://taxprof.typepad.com/taxprof_blog/2022/01/the-top-50-law-schools-admissions.html

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