Georgia Law Schools Comparison
Georgia Law School Overview
In Georgia, 5 law schools that are accredited by American Bar Association (ABA) are active for academic year 2019-2020.
Next list summarizes the law school information in Georgia.
- In Georgia, Georgia State University College of Law is the oldest law school (founded in 1982) and University of Georgia is the second oldest law school, founded in 1859.
- The average tuition & fees of Georgia law schools is $42,116 and Emory University has the highest tuition & fees of $58,842 and Georgia State University College of Law has the lowest tuition & fees of $28,774.
- The average LSAT score of Georgia law schools is 158 and Emory University has the highest LSAT score of 165 and John Marshall Law School has the lowest score of 150.
- The average acceptance rate of Georgia law schools is 32.99% and University of Georgia has the tightest (lowest) rate of 21% and Walter F. George School of Law (Mercer University) has the loosest (lowest) rate of 47%.
- The average law school population of Georgia law schools is 3,452 and Emory University has the most students of 1,055 and Walter F. George School of Law (Mercer University) has the fewest students of 386.
- The average bar exam pass rate (for first-time exam takers) of Georgia law schools is 80.99% and University of Georgia has the highest rate of 92% and John Marshall Law School has the lowest rate of 62%.
5 ABA Accredited Georgia Law Schools Comparison Table
|Rank||College Name||State||Founded||Tuition & Fees||LSAT Score||GPA||Acceptance Rate||Student Population||Bar Pass Rate|
|2||University of Georgia|
|3||Georgia State University College of Law|
|4||Walter F. George School of Law|
|5||John Marshall Law School|