2023 Law Schools Tuition & Fees

Compare All Law Schools

Law schools are nationally accredited by the American Bar Association (ABA) and graduates of these schools may generally sit for the bar exam in any state. In addition, individual state legislatures or bar examiners may maintain a separate accreditation system which is open to non-ABA accredited schools. In this page, however, only ABA accredited law schools are listed and included for the analyze. Admission and tuition data of the most of those schools are reported to IPEDS. Currently, there are 202 ABA accredited law schools.

Law Schools Key Statistics

Number of Schools
202 Law Schools 86 Public Schools 116 Private Schools
Tuition & fees
$30,475 In-State Rate $43,661 Out-of-State Rate $55,783 Private Schools
42.35% Acceptance Rate 31.09% Yield 159 LSAT Score 4 Programs Offered
140,900 Total Students 36,782 New Students

Admission Stats Comparison by Law Schools Rankings

The key admission statistics such as acceptance rate and LSAT scores depend on college ranking. Compare the statistics with tuition & fees in the table below and figure out your chance to admit. The ranking data is provided by CollegeEvaluator.

Ranking#1 - #10#11 - #30#31 - #50#51 - #100#101 - #200
Tuition & Fees
Acceptance Rate11.77%19.79%31.23%39.96%54.44%
LSAT Score173169165160153
Student Population13,96219,80713,51234,39354,522
Bar Exam Pass Rate96%90%88%81%68%
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  • Top 10 Ranking
  • Acceptance Rate <10%
  • LSAT>170
  • Private
  • Public
University of Richmond School of Law - University of Richmond School of Law, VA
University of Richmond School of Law University of Richmond School of Law, VA