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Law Schools in New Mexico

Are you are looking to go to one of the law schools in New Mexico? There is 1 ABA accredited law school in New Mexico.

The highest ranked law school in New Mexico is University of New Mexico, which was ranked 96 by US News in 2023. The school has an LSAT median of 156 and a GPA median of 3.5.

The best law school in New Mexico is University of New Mexico. Generally, the best law school depends on what you're looking for but University of New Mexico wins by default because it's the only school in the state. If you want to go to law school in New Mexico, you should go to University of New Mexico, or consider schools in bordering states.

ABA accredited law schools in New Mexico

  1. UNM Law School

You can also check out law schools in the states that border New Mexico: Arizona, Colorado, Oklahoma, Texas, Utah.

Detailed information on New Mexico law schools

UNM Law School

Albuquerque, New Mexico
Rank 96 (US News 2023)
  • Ranked: 96 by US News in 2023.
  • LSAT percentiles (25/50/75): 152/156/160
  • GPA percentiles (25/50/75): 3.22/3.5/3.74
  • Acceptance rate: 47.0
  • Bar passage rate: 80.6

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8:37
Should I even negotiate with houston these fools came at me with $2500 a year + in state tuition
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@faflbab: absolutely
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they'd have to give me an extra 20k a year to match ASU thats not gonna happen
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Do you prefer Houston to ASU?
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they have great BL outcomes so its tempting but ASU is better in a lot of ways
8:42
Houston is a great school for if you want to live in Houston
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Side note, Houston is a crazy city
like no zoning whatsoever
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8:43
I've never been! I've heard it compared to Atlanta
8:43
I've never left the east coast i dont really care where I go as long as its not here
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are you in track season rn?
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Nah I graduated in December. Was taking a 5th year to run but had a nasty injury
8:44
I feel that. Well I'm not sure about the BL outcomes for ASU but you got a better financial package and they're higher ranked
8:44
what events do you run/do?
8:45
5k/cross country. 15:17 pr i was pretty shit lol
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Better than me but I ran D3
Atlanta has like seperation of property types. Houston has single family structures next to high rises. It's nuts.
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I walked on after 3 years running club. I was only d1 in the most technical sense lol
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I ran like 16:30 but I always felt like I could have broken 16 if I didn't quit/burn out
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that's impressive though to work that hard without being on the team and eventually make it
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thanks man it was definitely a lot of work. I didnt run in high school at all
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good morning everyone
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GM! Today is gonna be a good day, I just hit 455 on squat finally
out of curiosity is your name an inglorious basterds reference?
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