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Law Schools in Kansas

Are you are looking to go to one of the law schools in Kansas? There are 2 ABA accredited law schools in Kansas.

The highest ranked law school in Kansas is University of Kansas, which was ranked 67 by US News in 2022. The school has an LSAT median of 158 and a GPA median of 3.69.

The best law school in Kansas depends on what you're looking for. Every law school is different, just like every person is different.

Other schools in Kansas include Washburn University School of Law. If you want to go to law school in Kansas, you should consider these schools.

ABA accredited law schools in Kansas

  1. KU School of Law
  2. Washburn University School of Law

You can also check out law schools in the states that border Kansas: Colorado, Missouri, Nebraska, Oklahoma.

Detailed information on Kansas law schools

KU School of Law

Lawrence, Kansas
Rank 67 (US News 2022)
  • Ranked: 67 by US News in 2022.
  • LSAT percentiles (25/50/75): 154/158/162
  • GPA percentiles (25/50/75): 3.31/3.69/3.89
  • Acceptance rate: 53.9
  • Bar passage rate: 91.0

Washburn University School of Law

Topeka, Kansas
Rank 105 (US News 2022)
  • Ranked: 105 by US News in 2022.
  • LSAT percentiles (25/50/75): 151/155/159
  • GPA percentiles (25/50/75): 3.15/3.53/3.8
  • Acceptance rate: 49.0
  • Bar passage rate: 81.8

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hennes
4:19
Back on CEST. Gm everyone
9:34
Medians will be hold generally, with the exception of WUSTL which will get a 173 (+1)
9:35
Source: Trust me bro
9:54
wait medians are going up?
9:54
I thought they would hold
medians will probably hold for t20 and go down a bit for everything under that
even tho the volume is closing in on last year, there is a significant drop in lsat scores between 160 - 170
so all those mid range schools will have to shell out big schollys to keep their medians or shrink the class size
SuspiciousPumpkins
10:42
reminder to anyone reading this chat worrying about medians - literally none of these people have any idea where the medians will actually end up
I think the only thing worth considering when projecting current cycle medians are # of apps relative to the previous year. Based upon that, we can expect T20 medians to hold or drop slightly. That’s it, that’s the most we can say. Doesn’t mean it’s right, just means we have some evidence to suggest that.
Im just here to tell yall law school is a scam. YALE is the biggest scammer
anyone here with experience with quinnipiac?
i hope tomorrow is a huge tidal wave of movement LOL
Franklin21
13:36
@legallybrunettetennis: Yes I have a friend who attends Quinnipiac. Has had a positive experience
thanks :) @franklin21
freebird235
14:42
@PineapplePigeon: let’s hope
wittykitty
15:22
it better be
wittykitty
15:22
early october here and i'm starting to fall apart
wittykitty
15:40
hoping for nyu movement tomorrow
freebird235
16:08
Imagine a Yale r wave
freebird235
16:08
They do release them early
17:18
Hoping everyone some killer As tomorrow and this upcoming week <3
RubberGooseChocolateMoose
17:22
@2700K: call it a meme if you want in the end im going to be right
RubberGooseChocolateMoose
17:23
@IMadeMyOwnT-14: nah they goin ip
JustASnail
17:58
only applied a couple of weeks ago but already impatient TT
DefiantPlantBison
18:52
duke wave this week?
Gargoyl
18:56
hope so
So there were KJ1s the week of Thanksgiving? Or the Friday before?
pablo
19:07
Showing my fiancé 'Suits' so she better understands corporate law only for her to become increasingly worried as it progresses
looks like there was a giant e-wave last year the week after thanksgiving for the Sept. applicants.