Infographic: Top Law Schools of 2013
- Doug Zanes
- November 27, 2013
When it comes to the top law schools in America, it’s not hard to see that the Ivy Leagues hold many of the top spots.
With the reputation of excellence, and many-esteemed faculty, the top law schools offer the best opportunities a degree holder can have. With this comprehensive breakdown of top Law schools 2013, the major statistics that come into play concerning the acceptance into these programs is conveyed.
One of the most notable Ivy League schools on the list, Yale University boasts a long heritage of excellence that has fostered its notoriety. This is the top ranked school for law and for a reason.
With over four thousand applicants into the program a year, Yale has an acceptance rate of eight percent, making it one of the harder schools on the list to get into. On top of that, applicants have a median LSAT score of 173 and a median GPA of 3.90. The prestige is high and the competitive nature of the application process is high.
Another school of high esteem, Stanford offers a program with just as much prestige. With an acceptance rate of ten percent coming from over six thousand applicants, the program is steeped with a never-ending supply of highly qualified individuals preparing to further their studies in law.
With a median LSAT of 170 and a median GPA that comes in at 3.85, Stanford has a highly competitive program.
Third on the list is Harvard University. With over nine thousand applicants a year, the acceptance rate is at fourteen percent. The median LSAT is 173 with a median GPA coming in at 3.89. With the level of prestige carried by Harvard’s program, it isn’t hard to see that this school is top ranked in law studies, as well as all of the other programs it offers.
With over ten thousand applicants a year, Columbia boasts an acceptance rate of sixteen percent. Being the third rated school in the list of top five law schools, Columbia has a prestigious reputation. Because of this their LSAT median score is 172, and their median GPA is 3.72.
University of Chicago:
The University of Chicago offers a comprehensive program that has courses taught by esteemed faculty and up to date facilities to foster furthering law education.
The University has an acceptance rate of eighteen percent coming from over seven thousand applicants on a yearly basis. The program is competitive with a median LSAT score of 171 and a GPA median of 3.87. With all of these factors in play, the University of Chicago offers a competitive program with great opportunities.