Special Report

50 Hardest Law Schools to Get Into

Source: Courtesy of Loyola Marymount University

45. LMU Loyola Law School
> Acceptance rate: 33.0%
> Applications for fall 2019: 3,802
> Median undergrad GPA of new enrollees: 3.57
> Median LSAT score of new enrollees: 160 out of 180
> Bar exam passage rate: 71.7%

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44. University of Colorado Law School
> Acceptance rate: 34.7%
> Applications for fall 2019: 3,187
> Median undergrad GPA of new enrollees: 3.61
> Median LSAT score of new enrollees: 163 out of 180
> Bar exam passage rate: 82.4%

Source: Courtesy of UNC School of Law via Facebook

43. University of North Carolina School of Law
> Acceptance rate: 33.9%
> Applications for fall 2019: 1,293
> Median undergrad GPA of new enrollees: 3.63
> Median LSAT score of new enrollees: 161 out of 180
> Bar exam passage rate: 90.8%

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42. Georgia State University College of Law
> Acceptance rate: 29.3%
> Applications for fall 2019: 1,710
> Median undergrad GPA of new enrollees: 3.51
> Median LSAT score of new enrollees: 158 out of 180
> Bar exam passage rate: 84.5%

Source: Courtesy of Washington and Lee School of Law via Facebook

41. Washington and Lee University School of Law
> Acceptance rate: 33.2%
> Applications for fall 2019: 2,551
> Median undergrad GPA of new enrollees: 3.64
> Median LSAT score of new enrollees: 163 out of 180
> Bar exam passage rate: 86.4%

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