|LSAT Score Median||171||171||171|
|LSAT Score Low||169||169||168|
|LSAT Score High||174||174||173|
|Undergraduate GPA Median||3.91||3.93||3.90|
|Undergraduate GPA Low||3.79||3.82||3.79|
|Undergraduate GPA High||3.96||3.99||3.95|
|Total First Time Takers||171||188||176|
|School's Bar Passage Rate||95.32%||94.68%||96.59%|
|ABA Approved Law Schools Average Bar Passage Rate||74.43%||67.94%||71.86%|
|School Passage Rate vs. Average Passage Rate||20.89||26.74||24.73|
|Tuition Full Time Resident||$41,450||-||$60,270|
|Tuition Full Time Non-resident||-||-||-|
|Tuition Part Time Resident||-||-||-|
|Tuition Part Time Non-resident||-||-||-|
|On Campus Living Expenses||$36||$34,056||$32,352|
|Off Campus Living Expenses||$39||$37,443||$35,613|
|Total Students Reciving Grants||316||263||262|
|Total Percentage Receiving Grants||56%||47%||45%|
|Average Grant Amount - Median||$32,072.00||$16,508.00||$12,702.50|
|Average Grant Amount - Low||$20,440.00||$10,744.00||$8,617.50|
|Average Grant Amount - High||$44,756.00||$21,785.50||$18,956.50|
|Total Students Male||286||285||291|
|Total Students Female||279||280||274|
|Total Faculty Male||124||125||130|
|Total Faculty Female||80||85||88|
|Total Faculty Minorities||39||39||42|
Established in 1893, Stanford Law School is located near Palo Alto, California.
Recognized as one of the most prestigious law schools in the United States, it consistently has one of the highest median undergraduate GPAs.
More than 550 students working towards their Doctor of Jurisprudence (JD) degree are currently enrolled at Stanford Law School. The law school has a relatively small class size with approximately 180 students entering each fall. Those students are divided into six smaller sections with approximately 30 students each.
Stanford Law School also has a low student-to-faculty ratio.
In addition to the J.D. degree, the law school also offers several advanced legal degrees including: a Doctor of the Science of Law (J.S.D.), a Master of the Science of Law (J.S.M.), a Master of Studies in Law (M.S.L.), and a Master of Laws (LL.M.).
Stanford Law School offers its students several clinics including a Supreme Court litigation clinic and more than 25 formal joint degree programs. The first joint-degree program resulted from a collaboration with the Business School.
Stanford Law students run over fifty student organizations and publish seven legal journals. Students also strengthen their advocacy skills in the Marion Rice Kirkwood Moot Court competition.
Student organizations at Stanford Law School include:
In addition to Stanford Law Review, the law school has several journals including:
Law school students in their second or third year gain experience by working full-time in one of eleven legal clinics including: