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School of Law : University of Dayton, Ohio

The University of Michigan Law School

The University of Michigan Law School is the most prestigious school in the region and one of the top schools in the country. Its entering-class profile reflects the school’s high standard, with a median LSAT score of 169.

Its exit numbers are equally as impressive, with a 98.88 percent ultimate bar pass rate and a 94 percent employment rate. 

Students can take advantage of the school’s 16 clinical offerings, with focuses ranging from child welfare to international transactions, as well as externship placements throughout the country. It is one of the tops schools for international law (A), business law (A-), criminal law (A-), public interest law (A-) and environmental law (A-). 

Dean Mark West believes the school offers more than just challenging academics.

“Michigan Law is widely regarded as having one of the most pleasant social environments in which to study law, characterized by engaged, collegial, community-minded students and faculty,” he said.

In order to foster further opportunities and limit the typical stress regarding grades, the school doesn’t rank students until after graduation and doesn’t impose grade cutoffs for on-campus interviews.

The school offers, according to West, “unusual levels of faculty accessibility.” One way students can engage with professors is through small group seminars every semester that take place in a professor’s home. It also boasts one of the most iconic law school buildings in the nation, earning it an A- for facilities based on aesthetics and functionality. HideAdmission ProfileAdmission Profile Table: 

 LSATGPA
75th Percentile1703.88
Median1693.76
25th Percentile1643.56
 ResidentNon-Resident
Tuition$31,840$33,340
Tuition Part-time
Living Expenses
Median grant$25000
Percent receiving grants86.00%
Estimated net tuition[field_estimated_net_tuition]
 RatePost-grad employment97.30%NJ Employment[field_nj_employment_rate]Bar Passage93.42%State77.49%

Fall 2020 Application Information
Application Deadline:February 15
Application Fee:$75
Admissions Statistics20202017
Acceptance Rate19.6%28.0%
LSAT Score (Median)169167
LSAT Score (25th-75th percentile)165-171164-169
GPA (Median)3.773.71
GPA Range (25th-75th percentile)3.55-3.893.54-3.87
Bar Exam Statistics20202017
State in which most graduates took bar exam:NYNY
School’s bar passage rate:96.6%92.9%
State overall bar passage rate:75.7%72.7%
School bar pass rate vs. state bar pass rate:+20.9%+20.2%

Employment Statistics20202017
Graduates employed at graduation:88.6%88.5%
Graduates employed 10 months after graduation:92.8%93.3%
Tuition and Expenses20202017
Tuition (In-State):$59,762N/A
Tuition (Out-of-State):$62,762N/A
Room and Board:$15,250$13,880
Proportion of full-time students receiving grants:83.9%83.5%
Median grant amount among full-time students:$24,000$15,000
Average indebtedness of those who incurred debt:$133,158$142,572
Proportion of graduates who incurred debt:70.6%76.3%
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Students & Faculty20202017
Total Students:1012932
Men:51.6%52.3%
Women:48.4%47.7%
Student Racial Demographics:
White:67.9%N/A
Black:4.4%N/A
Hispanic:6.2%N/A
Asian:7.6%N/A
Student-to-Faculty Ratio:6.8 : 1N/A
Total Faculty:198N/A
Male:61.6%N/A
Female:38.4%N/A
Minority:10.6%N/A
Full-Time Starting Salaries20202017
Private Sector (Median):$180,000$160,000
Public Sector (Median):$60,210$58,000
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Library Resources20202017
Volumes and equivalents:1,052,6081,036,578

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