15 Dec 2019

An in-depth analysis of the 2019 law school admissions & entering class data

The ABA has released the 2019 509 reports, so it's time for us to dive in and see what kind of information and trends can be gleaned from the data.

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13 Dec 2019

Entering Class Data for Every ABA Law School

The link to all of the entering class data for every ABA-approved law school from the official 509 reports is here.

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02 Dec 2019

2019-2020 Cycle Volume as of December 1st

We're now a few months into the 2019-2020 application cycle, and while it's still pretty early, a few trends are starting to emerge.

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01 Dec 2019

Law Schools Ranked by Debt to Starting Income Ratio

With recent data published by the Department of Education, Law School Transparency compiled and analyzed law school graduates' median law school debt and their median earnings in the year after graduation.

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09 Nov 2019

Early Indicators that the 2020/2021 Admissions Cycle Could Be Way Up

We didn't plan to parse the data yet; to be as precise as possible, the data started begging us to dig in.

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01 Nov 2019

Cycle Volume as of Halloween

We now have two full months worth of applicant and application volume, so it's a good opportunity to do some recap and see where things stand.

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25 Oct 2019

2019-2020 LSAC Forum Registration Data

Law School Forum Attendance Data as of 10/24/19 City2019 JD AttendeesChange from 20182019 LLM AttendeesChange from 2018 Washington, D.C.899-8%22 +5Toronto421+16%3 +1Miami561+16%8 +1Houston534-13%9 +2 New York1,700+11%20 -16Atlanta652-2%11 +5TOTAL4,767+3%73 +2Future Law School Forum Registration Data as of 10/24/19 Important note: change data is not included as these numbers are not comparable at this time (except for San Francisco), because every year many attendees wait until the days right bef

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19 Oct 2019

Early Cycle Law School Numbers Applicant and Application Volume

LSAC briefly publicized the 2019-2020 cycle volume this Friday. It has since been removed, and we are hopeful it will return soon.

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17 Sep 2019

July, September, and October LSAT Data

We have some really interesting and jolting data updates for you. I know, I know—jolting LSAT updates? But this one really surprised us.

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13 Sep 2019

LSAT Applicants from 2011-2019

While we don't yet have information on the 2019-2020 application cycle (and we should soon), we've gotten some questions about why we care what those numbers look like.

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