2009 Raw Data Law School Rankings*

Lowest LSAT Score (Descending)

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No. Law School GPA Low GPA High LSAT Low LSAT High Accept S/F Ratio Empl. @Grad Empl. @9Mos St. Pass Bar State Avg. School vs. Avg.
151 Widener University 2.88 3.46 150 154 51.0% 13.7 52.9% 82.8% PA 77.3% 83.0% -5.7%
151 Regent University 2.95 3.66 150 156 52.8% 20.0 40.6% 82.5% VA 73.7% 74.0% -0.3%
151 Franklin Pierce Law Center 3.0 3.5 150 155 49.8% 14.4 65.8% 95.5% MA 95.6% 86.0% +9.6%
151 Golden Gate University 2.82 3.37 150 154 62.9% 18.9 N/A 77.6% CA 60.4% 65.0% -4.6%
151 Touro College (Fuchsberg) 2.81 3.32 150 153 43.4% 15.7 N/A 74.4% NY 78.4% 77.0% +1.4%
151 Northern Illinois University 3.09 3.66 150 157 37.2% 18.6 55.0% 90.4% IL 84.4% 87.0% -2.6%
151 Washburn University 3.06 3.69 150 156 52.3% 13.8 N/A 94.0% KS 89.3% 90.0% -0.7%
151 Western New England 2.8 3.38 150 156 71.0% 13.8 N/A 76.1% MA 75.3% 86.0% -10.7%
151 California Western 3.0 3.53 150 156 54.9% 17.7 N/A 84.2% CA 67.6% 65.0% +2.6%
151 Valparaiso University 3.23 3.67 150 154 26.6% 15.8 39.4% 88.1% IN 82.5% 83.0% -0.5%
151 West Virginia U. 3.18 3.75 150 156 37.2% 13.8 67.9% 94.9% WV 66.3% 66.0% +0.3%
151 South Texas Col. of Law 2.99 3.52 150 155 50.5% 20.4 N/A 77.5% TX 81.6% 82.0% -0.4%
163 Whittier Law School 2.56 3.19 149 153 61.6% 13.9 N/A 92.1% CA 55.6% 65.0% -9.4%
163 Florida Coastal 2.81 3.47 149 154 54.9% 19.7 N/A 88.1% FL 73.7% 74.0% -0.3%
163 Loyola U. New Orleans 3.09 3.56 149 155 67.2% 17.5 63.4% 95.3% LA 79.7% 75.0% +4.7%
163 St. Mary's University 2.8 3.41 149 156 51.1% 22.1 N/A 81.9% TX 82.6% 82.0% +0.6%
163 Howard University 2.9 3.5 149 155 22.7% 18.7 87.6% 94.1% NY 61.5% 77.0% -15.5%
163 U. of Dayton 2.96 3.5 149 154 50.7% 14.5 N/A 88.1% OH 78.0% 84.0% -6.0%
169 Thomas Jefferson 2.75 3.23 148 151 45.4% 14.9 N/A 80.0% CA 54.5% 65.0% -10.5%
169 Ohio Northern University 3.1 3.7 148 156 29.7% 12.2 N/A 95.5% OH 81.4% 84.0% -2.6%
169 Western State University 2.9 3.38 148 153 45.1% 15.6 N/A 57.9% CA 26.4% 65.0% -38.6%
169 Mississippi College 2.88 3.5 148 153 52.3% 18.9 45.4% 86.7% MS 83.0% 88.0% -5.0%
169 Barry University 2.7 3.3 148 152 55.3% 20.7 N/A 80.3% FL 71.1% 74.0% -2.9%
169 U. of the District of Columbia 2.7 3.4 148 153 18.7% 10.5 N/A 66.9% MD 53.8% 77.0% -23.2%
175 Ave Maria School of Law 2.93 3.47 147 155 51.0% 15.7 N/A 73.3% MI 96.3% 89.0% +7.3%
175 Oklahoma City University 2.87 3.4 147 152 57.2% 18.2 N/A 84.4% OK 89.8% 92.0% -2.2%
175 Nova Southeastern University 3.0 3.53 147 151 47.0% 14.1 N/A 85.4% FL 69.4% 74.0% -4.6%
175 Appalachian School of Law 2.75 3.32 147 153 38.0% 21.0 N/A 69.1% VA 46.7% 74.0% -27.3%
175 St. Thomas University 2.75 3.43 147 151 45.5% 18.0 N/A 83.0% FL 64.5% 74.0% -9.5%
175 U. of North Dakota 3.02 3.73 147 154 28.5% 17.7 N/A 92.4% ND 76.2% 80.0% -3.8%
181 U. of Detroit Mercy 2.95 3.36 146 154 46.6% 16.8 N/A 86.0% MI 92.0% 89.0% +3.0%
181 Texas Southern University 2.83 3.29 146 151 35.9% 14.5 N/A 88.1% TX 56.2% 82.0% -25.8%
183 Thomas M. Cooley 2.75 3.35 145 154 73.8% 24.3 N/A 73.3% MI 79.9% 89.0% -9.1%
184 North Carolina Central U. 2.88 3.45 143 151 22.1% 17.6 N/A 81.4% NC 81.9% 74.0% +7.9%
184 Southern University 2.52 3.26 143 149 37.1% 13.0 79.4% 84.0% LA 62.6% 75.0% -12.4%
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*ABOUT THIS REPORT: Bar passage rates for ILRG's 2009 Raw Data Law School Rankings Report, which was released in Spring 2008, reflect those rates among first-time test takers for the Summer 2006/Winter 2007 administrations of the bar examinations. The acceptance rates, LSAT scores, undergraduate GPAs, and student-to-faculty ratios reflect those data representative of full-time students in Fall 2007. The employment rates reflect those among 2006 full-time graduates. The state bar passage rate noted for each law school is the statewide bar passage rate for the jurisdiction in which the greatest number of the law school's graduates took the bar exam for the reported period. 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 2010 report is slated for release in the Spring of 2009.