UNIVERSITY OF AKRON SCHOOL OF LAW
FACTS AND FIGURES
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Statistical profile of the 2017 entering class
In 2017, 161 JD students began their legal studies at The University of Akron School of Law. We believe this is bolstered by solid career prospects, cutting-edge programs, innovative offerings, and increased focus on international programs. If you have any questions about any of the statistics in the chart below, please feel free to contact our Admissions Office at firstname.lastname@example.org.
|Entering class stats|
|75th Percentile LSAT||154||153||154|
|25th Percentile LSAT||149||148||149|
|75th Percentile UGPA||3.51||3.52||3.51|
|25th Percentile UGPA||2.95||2.90||2.94|
|Age Range||18 to 66||21 to 55||18 to 66|
20 states represented: AZ, CA, CO, FL, ID,IN, MD, MI,MO,NJ, NV, NY, OH, PA, TN, TX, UT,VA, WI, WV
69 undergraduate schools represented.
46 undergraduate majors represented.
Ohio Bar Exam results, 2011-17
Akron Law's students have enjoyed an established history of excellence on the Ohio bar exam. Akron Law supports its graduates' bar exam preparation in Ohio and beyond. For example, our bar exam takers will receive up to a maximum of $2,250 of the final cost of their commercial bar exam preparation course. Akron Law offers a three-credit bar exam preparation elective course, and sends representatives to the bar exam to support our students each February and July. In addition, third-year students are given the opportunity to take the new MBE Prep course, giving students access to Adapatibar, which specically targets success on the MBE portion of the bar exam.
For more detailed analysis of recent bar examination statistics, please see the below graph. In addition, bar exam statistics may be found on the bar admissions webpage at The Supreme Court of Ohio, or the webpages of other state supreme courts.
|Exam||First-time takers||All takers|
|July 2017||74% (56/76)||71% (67/94)|
|February 2017||63% (19/30)||58% (32/55)|
|July 2016||78.9 (60/76)||74.4% (64/86)|
|February 2016||54.2% (13/24)||61.4% (27/44)|
|July 2015||83.9% (73/87)||80.6% (79/98)|
|February 2015||83.3% (20/24)||70.0% (28/40)|
|July 2014||84.0% (63/75)||76.7% (66/86)|
|February 2014||85.3% (29/34)||77.1% (37/48)|
|July 2013||85.4% (82/96)||83.0% (83/100)|
|February 2013||91.4% (32/35)||85.4% (41/48)|
|July 2012||84.6% (77/91)||81.6% (80/98)|
|July 2011||89.3% (67/75)||86.4% (70/81)|
|Feb 2011||100% (16/16)||80.7% (21/26)|
All law schools are required to publicly disclose the following consumer information in accordance with American Bar Association Standard 509.
- Standard 509 Information Report (PDF)
- Scholarship Retention Data
- Tuition, Fees, and Living Expenses
- Entering Class Statistics
- ABA Standard 509 Employment Statistics
- Transfer Policies and Information
In the interest of full disclosure, we have also chosen to make the following information publicly available.
- Scholarship Renewal Standards
- Debt at Graduation
- Ohio Bar Exam Results
- Placement Statistics (ABA and NALP reports