New England Law | Boston

Rank 147 (USNWR 2021)

Applicants for the class of 2025 , matriculating 2022

78 applicants for the 2021 - 2022  cycle
0/53 , 0 rejected, 3 waitlisted, 1 withdrawn
25th, 50th, 75th refer to percentiles from last year's admitted class
25th, 50th, 75th refer to percentiles from last year's admitted class
25th, 50th, 75th refer to percentiles from last year's admitted class
25th, 50th, 75th refer to percentiles from last year's admitted class
25th, 50th, 75th refer to percentiles from last year's admitted class
25th, 50th, 75th refer to percentiles from last year's admitted class
25th, 50th, 75th refer to percentiles from last year's admitted class
25th, 50th, 75th refer to percentiles from last year's admitted class
Previous year ABA 509 data
Percentiles 25 50 75
LSAT 148 152 155
GPA 2.92 3.27 3.59
Miscellaneous Count Percentile
# Applications 2452 76
# Admissions offers 1729 -
Class size 382 95
% Accepted 70.5% 1
% Yield 22.0% 15
LSData Percentiles 25 50 75
LSAT 156 160 165
GPA 3.1 3.6 3.81
LSData Averages Rejected All Accepted
LSAT - 160 161
GPA - 3.46 3.47
Softs - Tier 3.26 Tier 3.2
Scholarship - - $136,491
Miscellaneous
Days from sent to decision 37
Days from UR to decision 16
Interview invite rate -
Interview conversion rate -
URM LSAT differential -2.67
URM GPA differential 0.0

School finances

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New England Law | Boston Breakdown

In-school

Total cost of attendance$315,000
$105,000 x 3
Total scholarships$75,000
$25,000 x 3
Savings$10,000
Debt after three years$230,000
Assuming 10-year fixed rate loan
Total repaid@5.0%$11,500
Interest paid$11,500

After graduation

Annual breakdown
Post-grad income$180,000
Income taxes$60,000
Living expenses$60,000
Loan repayment$2,000
Annual disposable income$60,000

Monthly breakdown
Post-grad income$180,000
Income taxes$60,000
Living expenses$60,000
Loan repayment$2,000
Monthly disposable income$60,000

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School applicants

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anoncat
14:47
@Hamotron where did u ed
Hamotron
14:48
I would assume HUGE wave tomorrow but... like... nothing
UnamusedNeckerchief
14:48
So I assume way later
Hamotron
14:48
@anoncat: I didn't in the end
bearbearbear
14:48
Yeah if you interviewed this week then probably not this week
Does Columbia accept most people they interview?
Hamotron
14:48
I was tempted to do BU DS
This cycle is literally process of elimination lol
bearbearbear
14:48
I interviewed last tuesday and they said january to me tho
UnamusedNeckerchief
14:48
@bearbearbear: do they do waves the way Harvard does do you think?
PunishedLawApplicant
14:48
whats ndls waiting for
But schools aren’t even rejecting a lot of ppl
Idk wtf they r doing tbh
Hamotron
14:48
nothing
Hamotron
14:48
and more nothing
UnamusedNeckerchief
14:48
I'm trying to figure out if they're interviewing because they like to interview or if they're actually considering me. Bad vibes
I get slowly admitting, but why so slow to reject ppl who obviously don’t have the stats?
Hamotron
14:48
COME ON NW
bearbearbear
14:49
harvard only has like 3 waves right? I think chicago has more release dates but im not sure
Hamotron
14:49
ok guys I'm going to try getting offline for sanity
Hamotron
14:49
be back in thirty seconds
Hamotron
14:49
<3
bearbearbear
14:49
@UnamusedNeckerchief: Im assuming everyone they interview they are interested in
bye Hamo
I feel like the schools I applied for forgot about me :/
UnamusedNeckerchief
14:49
@bearbearbear: that's what I assume but I'm a huge splitter and that makes me nervous. My expectations are low
UnamusedNeckerchief
14:49
Gonna way overprepare for this interview though. hail mary pass
is ucla a good law school
bearbearbear
14:50
Maybe they are worried their lsat medians are gonna drop
bearbearbear
14:50
So they want splitters. Who knows, im a soft splitter too