Law Schools in Louisiana

Are you are looking to go to one of the law schools in Louisiana? There are 4 ABA accredited law schools in Louisiana.

The highest ranked law school in Louisiana is Tulane University, which was ranked 71 by US News in 2023. The school has an LSAT median of 161 and a GPA median of 3.64.

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

Other schools in Louisiana include LSU Law School, Loyola University Law School - NOLA, Southern University Law Center. If you want to go to law school in Louisiana, you should consider these schools.

ABA accredited law schools in Louisiana

  1. Tulane Law School
  2. LSU Law School
  3. Loyola University Law School - NOLA
  4. Southern University Law Center

You can also check out law schools in the states that border Louisiana: Arkansas, Mississippi, Texas.

Detailed information on Louisiana law schools

Tulane Law School

New Orleans, Louisiana
Rank 71 (US News 2023)
  • Ranked: 71 by US News in 2023.
  • LSAT percentiles (25/50/75): 157/161/163
  • GPA percentiles (25/50/75): 3.42/3.64/3.76
  • Acceptance rate: 43.3
  • Bar passage rate: 78.9

LSU Law School

Baton Rouge, Louisiana
Rank 99 (US News 2023)
  • Ranked: 99 by US News in 2023.
  • LSAT percentiles (25/50/75): 154/157/159
  • GPA percentiles (25/50/75): 3.37/3.62/3.79
  • Acceptance rate: 52.5
  • Bar passage rate: 82.2

Loyola University Law School - NOLA

New Orleans, Louisiana
Rank 111 (US News 2023)
  • Ranked: 111 by US News in 2023.
  • LSAT percentiles (25/50/75): 149/152/155
  • GPA percentiles (25/50/75): 3.17/3.39/3.61
  • Acceptance rate: 66.7
  • Bar passage rate: 80.1

Southern University Law Center

Baton Rouge, Louisiana
Rank 180 (US News 2023)
  • Ranked: 180 by US News in 2023.
  • LSAT percentiles (25/50/75): 144/146/148
  • GPA percentiles (25/50/75): 2.8/3.13/3.43
  • Acceptance rate: 59.7
  • Bar passage rate: 62.8


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those take longer; the responses I have are a few t20 then some regional schools I'm interested in
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