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UT Austin Law School is a law school located in Austin, Texas. The school was ranked 17 in 2022 by USNWR. Annual enrollment for UT Austin Law School is approximately 417.
Admissions website: https://law.utexas.edu/admissions/apply/
Admissions email: firstname.lastname@example.org
Admissions phone: (512) 232-1200
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During the 2022 application cycle, 7,679 people applied and 1,170 were offered admission.
University of Texas at Austin has a 1L class size of 417, and yield of 34.10%. 399 out of 1,170 applicants who were offered admission accepted, meaning that 34.10% of the people who were offered admission ended up attending the school.
The 1L class at University of Texas at Austin has a median LSAT of 169. The 25th percentile LSAT is 167 and the 75th percentile LSAT is 170.
The median GPA is 3.8. The 25th percentile GPA is 3.67 and the 75th percentile GPA is 3.9.
LSD has stats for 1,341 applicants for the 2021-2022 application cycle.
The graphs show applicant results plotted against GPA and LSAT. The dotted lines on the graphs represent the 25/50/75th percentiles reported by the school in their ABA 509 report from the previous year.
Each data point represents an LSD user that shared their application results for the benefit of future applicants.
Click on a data point to see that user's profile.
In 2022, tuition was $54,096 and the annual cost of attending was $76,616 (tuition plus living expenses).
Cost of Attendance (CoA) is the estimated total amount you will have to spend every year to go to school. Unlike tuition, CoA includes expenses like rent, food, and insurance.
JD graduates from University of Texas at Austin make $190,000 (median) upon graduation if they work in the private sector. If they go into the private sector, a grad can expect to make $62,000.
60.3% of law graduates from University of Texas at Austin go directly to work for law firms, while 15.9% clerk for a judge. 11.9% of graduates go into public interest.
95.1% of University of Texas at Austin graduates pass the bar on their first try.
Lawyers from all over the world come to The University of Texas at Austin to expand the breadth and depth of their legal knowledge and invest in an internationally recognized Master of Laws. The LLM Program is diverse, selective, and small, with a maximum of 50 spots for each incoming class. LLM students from foreign countries and the U.S. are fully integrated into the academic life of the Law School, learning side by side with JD students. The LLM class is global in reach, with 35 students from 25 different countries in the Class of 2020, including 6 Fulbright students. In fact, The University of Texas at Austin is home to over 5,000 international students, and the rich diversity on our campus is essential to our success as a global learning community.
In addition to being ranked among the top 16 national law schools and among the top 5 public law schools in the nation, Texas Law also has the most affordable tuition among the top 20 law schools in the nation. With a network of graduates 24,000-strong, whatever you want to do, wherever you want to do it, there will be a Texas Law alum ready to help. Additionally, we have an unbeatable set of 14 clinics, 16 programs and centers, 13 student-run journals, and 35 student organizations that round out law students’ legal education. Finally, we are in Austin–the Live Music Capital of the World, the second fastest growing city in the U.S., and the second best city for liberals to live. Boasting 400 live music venues, 100 barbecue restaurants, 200 miles of urban hike and bike trails, and 300 sunny days each year, Austin is the best place in the world to be a law student. Learn more at Visit Austin.
If you cannot get to Austin for Admitted LLM Students Day, then here is a sneak peek video of our amazing city and beautiful campus, and a little taste of what it is like to be part of our Texas Law community. At The University of Texas, we say “What Starts Here Changes the World” – and this is where it all begins.