2021 Best Law Schools Rankings
Tightest Law Schools to Admit
Yale Law School ranked first and Stanford Law School ranked second in 2020 Tightest Law Schools to Admit rankings.
Below statements summarize the average statistics including law schools tuition and admission data for the top 10 Tightest Law Schools to Admit. You can compare all law schools in one table with GAP, LSAT, admission, and tuition information at law school comparison page.
- The average law school tuition & fees is $43,395 and, among Tightest Law Schools to Admit, Columbia Law School (Columbia University in the City of New York) has the highest tuition & fees of $72,360 and University of Texas School of Law has the lowest tuition & fees of $51,774.
- The average LSAT score is 156 and, among Tightest Law Schools to Admit, Yale Law School has the highest LSAT score of 173 and Gould School of Law (University of Southern California) has the lowest score of 166.
- The average acceptance rate is 45.03% and, among Tightest Law Schools to Admit, Yale Law School has the tightest (lowest) rate of 8% and Northwestern University School of Law has the loosest (highest) rate of 18%.
- The average law school population is 667 and, among Tightest Law Schools to Admit, Harvard Law School has the most students of 1,993 and Stanford Law School has the fewest students of 668.
- The average bar exam pass rate (for first-time exam takers) is 77.62% and, among Tightest Law Schools to Admit, Harvard Law School has the highest rate of 99% and Gould School of Law (University of Southern California) has the lowest rate of 88%.
Tightest Law Schools to Admit Comparison Table
|Rank||College Name||Founded||Tuition & Fees||LSAT Score||GPA||Acceptance Rate||Student Population||Bar Pass Rate|
|1||Yale Law School|
New Haven, CT
|2||Stanford Law School|
|3||Harvard Law School|
|4||University of Pennsylvania Law School|
|5||University of Virginia School of Law|
|6||Columbia Law School|
(Columbia University in the City of New York)
New York, NY
|7||University of Michigan Law School|
Ann Arbor, MI
|8||University of Texas School of Law|
|9||Gould School of Law|
(University of Southern California)
Los Angeles, CA
|10||Northwestern University School of Law|