George Mason University School of Law
Median LSAT 163, GPA 3.70 Class Size 147 (Fall 2012)
Mason Law's location in metropolitan Washington, D.C. provides our diverse students vast opportunities to gain practical experience and our focus on economic analysis and three-year research and writing program prepares them to make an immediate professional impact upon graduation. Students at Mason Law represent a true diversity of age and experience, as law students just out of college are joined by a significant contingent of working adults who bring their talents and real-world knowledge with them to the classroom.
Suzanne Mund, JD
703-993-9520 FAX 703-993-8012
The Ohio State University Moritz College of Law
Median LSAT 162, GPA 3.64 Class Size: 173 (Fall 2012)
The Michael E. Moritz College of Law features more than 140 courses and seminars designed to provide real lawyering experience to our diverse student body. Moritz College of Law graduates clerk in federal and district courts, work in the top 100 law firms nationally, and serve as EJW and Skadden Fellows. In this year’s entering class, 25% of our students are minorities and 40% are women.
614-292-0087 FAX 614-292-6667
University of Arizona Rogers College of Law
Median LSAT 161 GPA 3.52 Class Size: 121 (Fall 2012)
Arizona's oldest law school has students drawn from 55 academic institutions. Minority enrollment for the Class of 2015 is 27%. Our students benefit from clinics, externships and internships; as well as programs such as the Business Law Program; Bacon Immigration, Law and Policy Program; Economics, Law, and the Environment; Environmental Law, Science, and Policy Program; International Trade and Business Law (LLM and SJD); Criminal Law and Policy Program; and Indigenous Peoples Law and Policy Program.
Paula Nailon, JD
520-626-6107 FAX: 520-621-9140
University of Georgia School of Law
Median LSAT 164, GPA 3.67 Class Size: 189 (Fall 2012)
With a rich history and tradition of excellence, as well as a commitment to diversity and innovation, the University of Georgia School of Law is regarded as one of the nation's top law schools. The school features a challenging curriculum and highly respected faculty devoted to teaching both the theoretical foundations of law and providing hands on experience to dedicated students. At the same time it offers exceptional value to students as a state school with tuition significantly lower than private institutions. Not surprisingly Georgia Law attracts a highly competitive and diverse student body. The 2012 entering class was 52% female and 25% minority and boasted a median LSAT score of 164.
706-542-5156 FAX 706-542-2522
University of Illinois School of Law
Median LSAT: N/A, GPA: N/A Class Size: N/A
The Class of 2014 hails from 29 states, 6 foreign countries, and 100 undergraduate institutions and includes Eagle Scouts, AmeriCorps volunteers, former student body presidents, varsity sports captains, professional chefs, entrepreneurs, a rescue diver, a former Army Soldier of the Year, and Phi Beta Kappa honorees.
University of Maryland Francis King Carey School of Law
Median LSAT 162, GPA 3.6 Average Class Size 264 (Fall 2012)
UM Carey Law is located in the Baltimore-Washington, DC, metro region and attracts a diverse student body, with 39% of the entering class being students of color and hailing from 31 states and the District of Columbia. UM Carey Law has a history of admitting students of color at rates higher than many law schools and has been listed as one of the “Top 50 Most Diverse Law Schools” by the National Jurist. Additionally, our specialty programs in Environmental Law, Healthcare, Trial Advocacy, and Clinical Law are consistently ranked in the top ten by U.S. News & World Report. Our Cardin Requirement ensures that every full-time student begins to acquire and hone client service skills as a prerequisite to graduation, while providing legal services to underserved citizens who lack access to justice. Student attorneys in our law clinics generate over 110,000 hours of free legal services annually.
Dana L. Morris, JD
410-706-2080 FAX 410-706-0870
University of North Carolina School of Law
Median LSAT 162, GPA 3.50, Average Class Size 241 (Fall 2012)
Founded in 1845, UNC School of Law continues to produce distinguished legal practitioners, governors, judges, business leaders, and congressmen. Students gain real-world experience through rigorous, faculty-supervised externships, clinics, and other practice-based learning opportunities, and alumni practice in 17 nations and all 50 states.
Shawn P. McKenna
919-843-8384 FAX 919-962-5216
University of Washington School of Law
Median LSAT 164, GPA 3.67, Class Size: 176 (Fall 2012)
The UW School of Law is one of the nation's top public law schools, and one of the world's most respected centers for interdisciplinary legal studies. Concentrations are offered in several areas of law, including: Asian, Dispute Resolution, Environmental, Health, Intellectual Property, International and Comparative, and Public Service. Our student body is diverse: In the class of 2015, 28% are students of color, 50.6% are women, 32.4% are non-residents, and 13% hold graduate degrees.
206-616-1367 FAX 206-616-1365