Law Schools With the Highest LSAT Scores

In the United States, law school is a postgraduate program usually lasting three years and resulting in the conferral upon graduates of the Juris Doctor (J.D.) law degree. To gain admission to a law school that is accredited by the American Bar Association (ABA), applicants must usually take the Law School Admission Test (LSAT), and have an undergraduate (bachelor's) degree in any major. Currently, there are 203 ABA-approved law schools that grant the JD degree.

Harvard Law School and Yale Law School have the highest LSAT score of 173. The average LSAT score of the 10 schools is 170.7 and the average tuition & fees is $114,098. Next table shows the 10 schools with the highest LSAT Scores. You can check and compare more law schools at Law Schools in US page.

Table. 10 Law Schools with the Highest LSAT Scores
School NameLocationTuition & FeesAcceptance RateGPALSATEnrollment
Harvard Law School
Private, 4 or more years
Cambridge, MA $112,540 13% 3.90 173 484
Yale Law School
Private, 4 or more years
New Haven, CT $106,367 7% 3.92 173 164
Columbia Law School
Private, 4 or more years
New York, NY $118,306 17% 3.75 172 395
Stanford Law School
Private, 4 or more years
Stanford, CA $110,340 9% 3.93 171 165
University of Chicago Law School
Private, 4 or more years
Chicago, IL $124,266 17% 3.89 171 184
New York University School of Law
Private, 4 or more years
New York, NY $111,630 24% 3.79 170 413
University of Pennsylvania Law School
Private, 4 or more years
Philadelphia, PA $105,020 15% 3.89 170 238
Duke University School of Law
Private, 4 or more years
Durham, NC $119,394 20% 3.78 169 230
Northwestern University School of Law
Private, 4 or more years
Evanston, IL $119,022 19% 3.84 169 240
University of Michigan Law School
Public, 4 or more years
Ann Arbor, MI $109,678 ($59,672) 20% 3.77 169 348
Average $114,098 ($59,672) 16% 3.85 170.70 286.1

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