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University of Alabama Law School

Rank 25 (USNWR 2022)
Median LSAT
Median GPA
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Also known as

  • University of Alabama Law School
  • University of Alabama
  • 'Bama

University of Alabama Law School is a law school located in Tuscaloosa, Alabama. The school was ranked 25 in 2022 by USNWR. Annual enrollment for University of Alabama Law School is approximately 152.

Admissions website: https://www.law.ua.edu/admissions/

Admissions email: admissions@law.ua.edu

Admissions phone: (205)348-5440

Can I get into University of Alabama Law School with aGPA andLSAT?

University of Alabama Law School Key Statistics

Previous year ABA 509 data
Percentiles 25 50 75
LSAT 160 165 166
GPA 3.58 3.94 4.0
Miscellaneous Count Percentile
# Applications 1528 51
# Admissions offers 473 -
Class size 152 31
% Accepted 31.0% 70
% Yield 31.5% 51

During the 2022 application cycle, 1,528 people applied and 473 were offered admission.

University of Alabama has a 1L class size of 152, and yield of 31.50%. 149 out of 473 applicants who were offered admission accepted, meaning that 31.50% of the people who were offered admission ended up attending the school.

The 1L class at University of Alabama has a median LSAT of 165. The 25th percentile LSAT is 160 and the 75th percentile LSAT is 166.

The median GPA is 3.94. The 25th percentile GPA is 3.58 and the 75th percentile GPA is 4.0.

University of Alabama Law School LSAT & GPA graph for 2021-2022

LSD has stats for 330 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.

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25th, 50th, 75th refer to percentiles from last year's admitted class
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How much does University of Alabama Law School cost per year?

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Cost of attending University of Alabama Law School

In 2022, tuition was $43,370 and the annual cost of attending was $62,454 (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.

University of Alabama Law School employment outcomes

JD graduates from University of Alabama make $115,000 (median) upon graduation if they work in the private sector. If they go into the public sector, a grad can expect to make $57,376.

52.1% of law graduates from University of Alabama go directly to work for law firms, while 19.0% clerk for a judge. 10.7% of graduates go into public interest.

93.6% of University of Alabama graduates pass the bar on their first try.

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Some interesting facts about University of Alabama Law School

The University of Alabama offers two online graduate degree programs. The LLM Concentrations in Taxation and Business Transactions are designed for recently graduated and practicing lawyers who want a rigorous, broad-based education in tax or business law without leaving their home or office.

The Graduate Tax program provides an educational opportunity to obtain a broad-based and in-depth advanced degree in tax law. Students can choose electives allowing for concentrations in either Estate Planning or Business Tax. The Graduate Business Concentration trains lawyers to serve the needs of clients throughout the life cycle of a business venture. The program offers technical training and skills-based instruction all through live, interactive online technologies.

Courses are taught by distinguished faculty and experienced tax lawyers from throughout the country. Many of the professors are authors and experts in their fields. Students attend virtual classrooms, where they interact fully with professors and classmates through video and audio. Students see and speak to their instructors, chat with classmates, and see and even share a whiteboard.

Although this is an online program, there are two required weekend visits to campus. Each two-year cycle begins with an Orientation weekend session at the Law School in Tuscaloosa, Alabama. This is an opportunity for students to meet faculty and classmates, begin to build the professional relationships that are such an important part of any LLM program, and learn the technology they will be using for the next two years. Students are also introduced to a course in tax research. Then, at the end of the second summer, students are required to return to the Law School to take comprehensive exams covering the first-year basic, required courses.

Exams are administered through a secure course management system and the virtual classroom technology offers ways to periodically assess the level of comprehension (quizzes, polling devices, etc.). The program website provides for online registration and book ordering, course materials, and announcements. Attendance in the live virtual class is required but video streams and audio downloads of previous lectures are available after class. All online students have equal access to the Law School's library resources and legal databases through the web-based systems. An independent study/tax research course is available each semester to enable students to qualify for financial aid or loan deferment.

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I kinda think its ridiculous to leave some of us hanging while they leave for spring break. we'll have 2 weeks to make a decision when they come back and that's IF they get back to us immediately after the break
i think they're probably done with As
then reject us geez
I don't think they are done with A's quite yet. That said I'm sure there aren't many spots left at this point. Looking at last year, they had a small A wave in late march. Interestingly, I think that date coincides with the US news release date.
Honestly, it all depends on whether or not they want to shrink, maintain or increase their class size. Using this years data and last years data as a sample and comparing it with the 509's, and assuming they want to maintain the class size, then then they have about 20 seats to fill (I'm estimating that they have about 120-30 acceptances who will matriculate as of right now). Using their yield, implies that they have about 60 A's to hand out.
Of course this all largely depends on these rates being held equal, which is rather unlikely.
wow i love when someone else does the math for me lol
someone call before they close for the next week
I just got waitlisted. Saw it in the tracker but no email yet. I was UR 2 since 12/9
me too
this fucking sucks
I feel your pain! Write that LOCI and keep them updated. It's not over til it's over
still haven't gotten an email about it
anyone else not gotten an email ab the waitlist yet? i see it on my status checker but no email w more info.
when did u go UR2 @HesitantSlowWhale
@WickedBoringDragonfly: nov 15. got waitlist update on march 10, but no email. i emailed them a week later to see what was up and haven't heard back
I called today. If you applied before March or February, you should hear something before April 1st. That's their seat deposit deadline.
@WickedImmenseAcolyte: i had a decision (WL) posted mar 10 and still havent gotten an email. have reached out twice w no response. super disappointed w how im being treated
anyone have info about the vibes at the law school? trying to make a decision
i have 2 friends there in different sections and they are having completely different experiences so who knows
I applied in Jan and still nothing!
Just went UR...
i applied when it opened in September and am in Tuscaloosa. I met with Dean Arrington twice, the last time being late Feburary
I asked when I should cut my losses (3.7x, 162) and she heavily implied that if I don't hear back by the start of their spring break I should move on
again, this is for my situation. Seeing how they're letting out a few decisions every few days I'm assuming they're trying to run through their waitlist and give out A's. I fully expect there significantly more undesired results after spring break. good luck y'all
UR 2 now...
still nothing
Any updates on their waitlist? I was hoping to see some movement now that we've passed their seat deposit deadline.
just seeing the new USNWR ranking today... jeez
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