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Loyola Marymount University Law School

Los Angeles, CA
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The Basics
Loyola Marymount University

Visiting And Contact Information

919 Albany Street

Los Angeles, CA 90015

United States

Phone: 213-736-1074

Fax: 213-736-6523

Website

Admissions See more

GETTING IN: SELECTIVE
Total Law School Enrollment:
1,182
Acceptance Rate:
47%

Incoming Class profile

Average GPA:
3.42
Average LSAT Score:
159
GPA Range
3.32 3.42 3.62
LSAT Range
156 159 161

ADMISSIONS DATES

Early / Priority Deadline
December
1
Rolling
February
3

Academics & Programs See more

Total Faculty
138


% Passing Bar on 1st Attempt
87%
Concentrations / Specialities
  • Civil Procedure
  • Constitutional
  • Corporation Securities
  • Criminal
  • Environmental
  • Human Rights
  • Intellectual Property
  • International
  • Property
  • Taxation

Student Body See more

Average Age of Entering Class
24
% Under-represented Minorities
43%
% Full-time Female
53%
% Full-time / Part-time
Full-time
Part-time

Career See more

Median Starting Salary of Most Recent Class
$68,000

Tuition & Aid See more

In-State Tuition and Fees:
$45,410

Students Receiving Some Form of Aid:
90%
Financial Aid App Deadline
March
13
Out-of-State Tuition and Fees:
$45,410

Average Amount of Total Aid Package to Law Students:
$52,900

Campus Life & Facilities See more

% Wired Classrooms
100%

Rankings And Lists

  • Best Environment for Minority Students:
    # 7
  • Best Professors:
    # 7
  • More

At a Glance

  • School Type:
    Private
  • ABA Approved:
    Yes
  • California Bar Association approved:
    Yes
  • Religious Affiliation:
    Yes
  • Part-Time Program:
    Yes
  • Evening Program:
    Yes
  • Total Enrollment:
    1182
  • Average UGrad GPA:
    3.42
  • Average LSAT:
    159
  • Pass Rate for First-Time Bar Exam:
    87%
  • Average Starting Salary:
    $68,000.00
  • Tuition:
    $45,410.00
  • Financial Aid Deadline:
    03/13
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