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ASU Law by the numbers

Top 8 public law school

Ranked #27 best law school by U.S. News & World Report and a top 8 public law school.

Beus Center for Law and Society

#8

Among public law schools

Ranked #8 among public law schools in the nation by U.S. News & World Report

#1

Best law school in Arizona

Ranked #1 in Arizona by U.S. News & World Report

#22

Best law school globally

Ranked #22 globally by the Academic Ranking of World Universities


5 Programs

Ranked in the top 26

#5 legal writing (2019)
#7 dispute resolution (2019)
#16 health law (2019)
#26 international law (2019)
#23 environmental law (2019)

#19

In the nation for employment

Ranked #19 in the nation for employment at 88.9% (American Bar Association). ASU Law has been ranked in the top 20 for 5 consecutive years.

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#10

Career services

Ranked #10 for career services by GraduatePrograms.com

#20

Best value

Ranked #20 best value by National Jurist (2018)


#14

Financial aid

Ranked #14 for financial aid by GraduatePrograms.com (2015)

6.7:1

Student-to-faculty ratio

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300

Combined years of faculty practice experience

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Courses being taught

250

Unique courses offered each year

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Washington D.C. externship group photo

200+

Externship placement options

Guaranteed in area of choice, key sites in Phoenix, Los Angeles, and Washington D.C.

50

Student organizations

40 student organizations, of which 13 are student pro-bono groups

90%

Student voluntary participation in public service

100,000 hours donated each year

7,000+

Alumni in all 50 states

We have alumni all across the nation representing all 50 states

600+

New students entering fall 2018


JD Fall 2018 entering class profile

291

Students in first-year JD courses

163

Median LSAT

(158/163/164)

3.76

Median GPA

(3.37/3.76/3.90)

$27,584

Resident Tuition


$45,940

Nonresident Tuition

100%

Received scholarships

57%

Nonresident

43

States represented


143

Institutions represented

57

Majors represented

24

Languages represented

20%

Diversity


48%

Female

4

Military branches represented

45

Mid-level JD students

from 31 schools


Graduate Programs Fall 2018 Entering Class

9

LLM

45

MLS

146

MLS Online

71

MSLB

MSLB (65)
VSLB (6)