Tagged: law school ROI
We wanted to point your attention to a recently published paper from University of St. Thomas School of Law professor Jerome Organ that examined net tuition by LSAT category. Not surprisingly, it validated earlier research showing that law schools with the lowest LSAT scores and highest attrition rates cost more than schools generally seen as being ranked in the second and third tiers. (Mid-tier law schools tend to have the lowest tuition.)
What may be surprising to some of our readers, however, is that Organ found states with many public law schools had the cheapest tuitions. As a result, there may be an excellent ROI (return on investment) for law school graduates of middle-tier schools in states with many public law schools.
It’s certainly worth considering for many prospective law school applicants!
Best of luck with your applications!
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