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Why ASU Law

#1

Law School in AZ
since 2010

-U.S. News & World Report

#7

Public Law School

-2021 U.S. News & World Report

Ahead of University of Alabama, University of Iowa, University of California-Irvine

#24

Best Law School

-2021 U.S. News & World Report

Ahead of UNC at Chapel Hill, University of Georgia, University of Wisconsin-Madison

Entering Class Profile

Fall 2020

4,700
Applications
234
Enrolled JD
students
165
Median LSAT
3.83
Median GPA

Demographic Snapshot

United States icon

40

States represented

100+

Institutions represented

62%

Nonresident

7

Countries


29

First Generation

33%

Diversity
 

46%

Female

10%

LGBTQ+

Academic year 2020 - 2021

67
Majors
30
Enrolled MLS
students
191
Enrolled MLS
online students
3.26
Median GPA

Demographic Snapshot

United States icon

38

States represented

121

Institutions represented

29%

Nonresident

2

Countries


47%

Diversity

66%

Female

Fall 2020

20+
Majors
66
Enrolled MSLB
students
3.6
Median GPA

Academic year 2020 - 2021

6
Majors
6
Enrolled LLM
students
3.82
Median GPA

Demographic Snapshot

United States icon

3

States represented

6

Institutions represented

50%

Nonresident

3

Countries


67%

Diversity

67%

Female

Class in Fall 2020

Incoming 2020 class profile

ASU Law welcomes its most highly credentialed and diverse class

Continuing its streak, ASU Law welcomes its most highly credentialed class for the third year in a row. The incoming fall 2020 Juris Doctor students have a median LSAT score of 165 and a median GPA of 3.83, ASU Law’s highest ever and up from last year’s 164 and 3.81. The class is also the most diverse in ASU Law’s history with one-third identifying as students of color.

On top of setting records for entering credentials and diversity, ASU Law again broke its record for JD applications at more than 4,700, a 28% increase over last year, while nationally applications remained nearly flat.

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Bar passage

Bar passage rate

Bar Prep Session at BCLS

#1 in the state for bar passage

7th consecutive year as #1 overall bar passage

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Employment

Alumni in all 50 states

21% of students placed outside of Arizona

Notable alumni

ASU Law in the community

First Amendment Clinic

Teaching aspiring lawyers how to help journalists defend their rights and promote government accountability.

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Criminal Justice Reform

Bridging the gap between academia and criminal justice reform with teachers and scholars enlightening the public and helping to reimagine the criminal justice system.

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Arizona Legal Center

Providing legal assistance for the public and legal support for the practitioner. Providing free legal aid and consultations in Arizona only and low-cost access to fee-for-service cases

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Indian Legal Program

Making an impact on the Indian legal field for 30+ years with nationally recognized faculty members and all-star students.

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ASU Law

Phoenix and Arizona

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