Thousands of prospective students apply to law school each year. Below are the acceptance rates of each law school. It includes the number of applications, offers, and those that accepted for the entering class of 2015.
Use the chart below to check the schools that you are thinking of applying to. Note, all numbers are for the full time program. A couple of highlights:
- Thomas M. Cooley had the highest acceptance rate, offering over 87% of the applicants a chance to attend their law school
- Yale had the lowest offer rate, with just 9.72% of applicants being offered a chance to attend Yale
- Stanford took a close second, with just 11.26% of applicants receiving an offer
Conversion from an Offer to Student:
- Thomas M. Cooley had the lowest conversion rate rate with just 5% of students receiving offers, choosing to attend Thomas M. Cooley
- Charleston School of Law was the only other school that had a sub-10% conversion rate with 9.53% of students who received offers accepting
- Not including the ABA accredited schools in Puerto Rico (who each received higher than 80% conversion rates), Yale also had the highest conversion rate to the full time program at 74% of students accepting their offers
The list can be sorted clicking on each of the columns. The information may also be obtained through the American Bar Association’s Annual Reports.