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2017 Raw Data Law School Rankings

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No. Law School GPA Low GPA High LSAT Low LSAT High Accept S/F Ratio Empl. @Grad Empl. @10Mos St. Pass Bar State Bar Library
101 Suffolk University 3.02 3.48 145 154 69.8% 15.9 27.6% 63.1% MA 75.8% 80.7% 245,461
102 Syracuse University 3.07 3.51 151 156 54.6% 9.5 42.7% 72.0% NY 86.2% 72.7% 537,126
103 Temple University (Beasley) 3.29 3.69 155 162 43.1% 9.0 46.8% 71.4% PA 84.1% 80.8% 629,258
104 Texas A&M University 3.13 3.56 154 158 19.7% 11.1 22.8% 63.8% TX 76.6% 77.1% 299,232
105 Texas Southern University 2.8 3.44 141 146 55.3% 0.0 N/A 46.0% TX 63.3% 77.1% N/A
106 Texas Tech University 3.07 3.6 151 156 54.3% 13.5 31.9% 71.8% TX 79.2% 77.1% 393,728
107 Thomas Jefferson 2.49 3.12 141 149 82.6% 15.9 11.9% 41.0% CA 44.7% 60.2% 267,694
108 Touro College (Fuchsberg) 2.77 3.31 145 149 61.0% 0.0 N/A 64.3% NY 65.3% 72.7% 456,451
109 Tulane University 3.15 3.59 155 161 60.2% 12.7 42.0% 76.1% LA 80.2% 69.3% 686,378
110 U. at Buffalo 3.21 3.66 150 157 51.7% 16.7 41.4% 70.7% NY 76.4% 72.7% 545,351
111 U. of Akron 2.88 3.56 147 154 65.3% 13.1 31.0% 72.2% OH 83.6% 80.8% 223,890
112 U. of Alabama 3.29 3.93 156 164 36.7% 9.5 49.7% 85.4% AL 94.8% 78.8% 667,297
113 U. of Arizona (Rogers) 3.22 3.68 155 162 32.5% 8.8 36.1% 81.9% AZ 88.2% 73.5% 433,499
114 U. of Arkansas-Fayetteville 3.06 3.65 151 158 67.0% 11.6 30.2% 79.1% AR 73.2% 75.6% 370,510
115 U. of Arkansas-Little Rock 2.99 3.53 146 155 71.3% 15.5 20.8% 72.0% AR 74.8% 75.6% 310,567
116 U. of Baltimore 2.97 3.51 149 155 52.2% 11.7 41.4% 73.2% MD 79.6% 76.2% 204,620
117 U. of California (Hastings) 3.28 3.64 155 161 42.1% 13.9 30.1% 58.0% CA 68.4% 60.2% 745,543
118 U. of California-Berkeley 3.66 3.9 162 168 21.1% 13.0 88.5% 95.5% CA 87.9% 60.2% 973,512
119 U. of California-Davis 3.27 3.68 159 165 31.1% 10.1 54.4% 82.2% CA 86.0% 60.2% 492,366
120 U. of California-Irvine 3.38 3.7 161 165 26.5% 7.3 46.2% 84.9% CA 77.9% 60.2% 31,201
121 U. of California-Los Angeles 3.51 3.86 162 169 29.7% 11.4 58.9% 87.5% CA 81.4% 60.2% 717,762
122 U. of Chicago 3.69 3.97 166 172 21.9% 8.6 94.8% 96.2% IL 97.3% 85.0% 699,631
123 U. of Cincinnati 3.23 3.78 152 157 58.4% 8.6 47.2% 82.4% OH 86.3% 80.8% 344,198
124 U. of Colorado-Boulder 3.28 3.77 157 163 46.3% 9.9 50.3% 78.8% CO 82.4% 78.3% 784,534
125 U. of Connecticut 3.12 3.62 153 158 50.9% 7.9 42.2% 69.0% CT 89.7% 85.5% 582,686
126 U. of Dayton 2.84 3.43 144 151 57.6% 14.2 27.9% 72.9% OH 66.2% 80.8% 193,670
127 U. of Denver 3.14 3.61 154 158 45.1% 9.3 36.1% 65.3% CO 83.5% 78.3% 418,384
128 U. of Detroit Mercy 2.85 3.34 147 155 61.2% 13.2 N/A 46.4% MI 67.2% 72.5% 379,046
129 U. of Florida (Levin) 3.28 3.68 155 160 61.8% 12.0 42.7% 76.1% FL 89.0% 72.1% 674,506
130 U. of Georgia 3.36 3.83 156 164 33.0% 12.2 47.7% 77.9% GA 92.8% 80.2% 556,314
131 U. of Hawaii 2.91 3.6 151 158 36.7% 7.3 48.6% 72.4% HI 68.5% 74.1% 289,676
132 U. of Houston 3.29 3.71 155 161 38.3% 9.7 56.3% 83.6% TX 86.0% 77.1% 575,996
133 U. of Idaho 2.94 3.44 147 155 66.2% 9.9 N/A 75.6% ID 65.8% 73.2% 390,067
134 U. of Illinois-Urbana-Champ. 3.26 3.68 158 163 45.7% 11.0 61.1% 82.2% IL 84.9% 85.0% 812,065
135 U. of Iowa 3.44 3.79 156 162 43.5% 8.7 67.6% 86.9% IA 90.8% 84.4% 1,407,358
136 U. of Kansas 3.16 3.66 152 159 65.8% 10.8 37.0% 79.8% KS 83.0% 86.4% 308,180
137 U. of Kentucky 3.17 3.69 152 158 60.2% 11.0 63.7% 88.7% KY 89.8% 80.5% 816,309
138 U. of Louisville (Brandeis) 3.12 3.7 151 157 68.2% 10.7 41.1% 81.3% KY 82.7% 80.5% 427,313
139 U. of Maine 3.07 3.65 149 157 69.4% 10.7 32.6% 70.5% ME 75.9% 76.4% 305,230
140 U. of Maryland 3.25 3.63 154 160 53.7% 10.3 50.0% 77.4% MD 78.0% 76.2% 530,497
141 U. of Memphis 2.89 3.41 149 156 60.3% 12.2 22.1% 61.8% TN 71.9% 72.2% 272,495
142 U. of Miami 3.15 3.6 154 160 54.4% 11.6 40.4% 79.4% FL 81.1% 72.1% 674,825
143 U. of Michigan-Ann Arbor 3.54 3.87 164 169 28.0% 10.7 88.5% 93.3% NY 92.9% 72.7% 1,036,578
144 U. of Minnesota-Twin Cities 3.48 3.9 158 166 44.4% 9.3 69.9% 81.5% MN 89.9% 83.7% 1,102,736
145 U. of Mississippi 3.04 3.65 151 157 48.1% 12.5 26.3% 68.2% MS 83.8% 86.7% 391,333
146 U. of Missouri-Columbia 3.08 3.72 154 159 58.8% 10.7 43.0% 80.7% MO 92.2% 87.4% 455,526
147 U. of Missouri-Kansas City 3.03 3.57 150 155 57.1% 11.0 33.6% 72.7% MO 89.3% 87.4% 361,206
148 U. of Montana 3.06 3.63 149 156 65.5% 13.3 47.5% 75.0% MT 71.4% 69.7% 135,360
149 U. of N. Carolina-Chap. Hill 3.31 3.68 160 164 44.6% 11.1 47.3% 77.0% NC 88.2% 69.1% 570,168
150 U. of Nebraska-Lincoln 3.4 3.85 152 158 62.2% 11.5 52.1% 87.2% NE 90.4% 76.7% 452,191

About the 2017 Raw Data Law School Rankings Report

ILRG's 2017 Raw Data Law School Rankings Report was released in spring 2016.

GPA & LSAT

References to the lowest and highest GPA and LSAT scores, including all data under the headings "GPA Low," "GPA High," "LSAT Low" and "LSAT High," reflect those of the 25th and 75th percentile, respectively, among those applicants granted admission who enrolled as full-time students in fall 2015.

Acceptance Rate & Student-to-Faculty Ratio

The acceptance rates for the same enrolled class are shown under the heading "Accept." The student-to-faculty ratio is indicated under the heading "S/F Ratio" and shows the number of students for that class per faculty member. In both cases, the data reflect the applicants granted admission who enrolled as full-time students in fall 2015.

State & Bar Passage Rates

The bar passage rates reflect those among first-time test takers for the summer 2014 and winter 2015 administrations of the bar examinations. "St." and "State Bar" noted for each law school are the state and statewide bar passage rate, respectively, for the jurisdiction in which the greatest number of the law school's graduates took the bar exam for the reported period. "Pass Bar" is the bar passage rate among those students who passed the bar exam within that jurisdiction.

Employment Rates

The employment rates shown are those of the 2014 full-time graduates at the time of graduation ("Empl. @Grad") and ten months after graduation ("Empl. @10Mos").

Law Library Volumes

The data shown under the heading "Library" indicate the number of print and microform volumes, as well as volume equivalents.

The data have been compiled from a variety of public sources, including data released by the law schools and from the bar examiner offices in each jurisdiction. ILRG's 2018 report is slated for release in spring 2017.