Law Schools in Nebraska

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

The highest ranked law school in Nebraska is University of Nebraska, which was ranked 89 by US News in 2023. The school has an LSAT median of 158 and a GPA median of 3.72.

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

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

ABA accredited law schools in Nebraska

  1. University of Nebraska Law School
  2. Creighton University School of Law

You can also check out law schools in the states that border Nebraska: Colorado, Iowa, Kansas, Missouri, South Dakota, Wyoming.

Detailed information on Nebraska law schools

University of Nebraska Law School

Lincoln, Nebraska
Rank 89 (US News 2023)
  • Ranked: 89 by US News in 2023.
  • LSAT percentiles (25/50/75): 155/158/161
  • GPA percentiles (25/50/75): 3.41/3.72/3.91
  • Acceptance rate: 60.9
  • Bar passage rate: 79.7

Creighton University School of Law

Omaha, Nebraska
Rank 155 (US News 2023)
  • Ranked: 155 by US News in 2023.
  • LSAT percentiles (25/50/75): 149/153/157
  • GPA percentiles (25/50/75): 2.99/3.5/3.72
  • Acceptance rate: 67.8
  • Bar passage rate: 65.3


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Nah but look how red the electoral maps are
To the extent there's something behind the punditry, there's been a realignment by education - college grads now lean Dem, non-college grads GOP (see for instance the discussion here: https://centerforpolitics.org/crystalball/articles/the-transformation-of-the-american-electorate/)- but that does not map to working class 1-to-1 unless someone wants to argue that a car dealer earning $500K a year is working class and a nonprofit caseworker earning $35,000 is not.
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JB spreading fake news
(Some people would in fact make that case, because the nonprofit worker, or journalist, or Hill staffer, or insert your choice of educateed-but-underpaid job here, has cultural capital and/or probably lives in a wealthier *area* even if they personally are not wealthy. You be the judge of whether that fits your personal understanding of working-class)
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I really do not consume a news because I think it is all a little tainted. If I do, I normally synthesize a few different networks.
I don’t think working class for me is probably more an income amount more than occupation.
anyone know what I should expect if my decision just went rendered at Georgetown?
could be WL tomorrow could be A
i'll get to prayin then
Northwestern students just love ousting their administration, truly a wildcat tradition
If this story is accurate, the Dean - Revamped the hiring process and pushed out HR people that didn't like the new way - Pushed out a person whose job was Twitter - Didn't make administrators help a student rent an apartment (?!?) - Does seem to have some unhelpful micromanagement tendencies, she should work on that
That’s all
Reducing HR/marketing headcounts would be an unvarnished pro at 90% of higher ed institutions, the rental thing really is not an administrator's job when you're a large adult human, the micromanagement stuff seems bad but the headline writes some checks the reporting can't cash
If there's anything there that would give me pause before considering NU, it's the quotes from faculty (some do seem pretty upset and/or describe less-than-ideal management practices) but the framing of staffing changes in HR/marketing as some unthinkable wrong is nuts
Same with Northwesterns ousting of the football coach
You would think snitching didn’t align with the Chicago way
I will take any t14 and I will be happy
Should I send locis to every t14 saying that
Any idea what might be hurting your app? With a 3.8mid and 178 I'd expect you to have some offers (or at least waitlists rather than denials at UChicago/Michigan)
I wouldn't tell them you just want a T14. The schools want a reason you'll enroll there over their peer schools if you look competitive at both. If there is a school you would attend if admitted (other than Yale/Stanford, who assume that), that is worth putting in a LOCI.
they don't call me the waitlist collector for nothing
or at all
@jb2028: i have 2 years of retroactive withdrawls plus 3 year gap in UG after that due to a health condition. it's why I had to stop MMA
this is pretty much the app killer
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