Emory Law At a Glance


Emory University School of Law combines a practical and disciplined view toward the study of law with a commitment to providing its students experiential learning opportunities that engage them in the varied and integral roles the law plays in our community, society and the world. Emory Law’s student-centered focus, innovative programs, field placements, and commitment to scholarly research ensure our graduates are prepared to make an immediate impact after graduation.

Class of 2015 Profile

Applicants: 3,944 Enrolled: 253
Gender
: Male 53%, Female 47%
Median LSAT
: 165 Median GPA: 3.70
25th-75th percentile LSAT
: 161-166 25th-75th percentile GPA: 3.35—3.82

2013-2014 Tuition and Fees

$47,500 (see Admission for full details)
Applications available Sept. 1 at www.lsac.org

Faculty

Student/faculty ratio: 10.6 to 1
Full-time faculty: 67
Female—45%
Minority—10%

Degree Programs

Joint Degree Programs

  • JD/MA in Bioethics
  • JD/MBA
  • JD/MPH
  • JD/MTS
  • JD/MDiv
  • JD/LLM
  • JD/PhD

Read more about our joint degree programs >

Top Undergraduate Schools

1. University of Georgia 2. Emory University 3. Florida State University
4.
Vanderbilt University 5. University of Florida 6. Georgia Institute of Technology
7.
Georgia State University 8. University of Michigan 9. Northwestern University 10. Spelman College 11. University of Central Florida 12. University of Colorado
13.
University of Miami 14. University of North Carolina 15. Wake Forest University

Employment statistics

Data for the Class of 2012 (and previous classes) are available in the Career Services section of this site. Click here for the ABA Scholarship Retention Data Worksheet. Click here for General Consumer Info (ABA-LSAC Official Guide Pages). 

Contact Us:

Office of Admission www.law.emory.edu/admission 404.727.6802

Office of Financial Aid www.law.emory.edu/financialaid 800.727.6039

Office of Student Engagement, Assistant Dean Katherine A. Brokaw, JD kbrokaw(at)law.emory.edu 404.727.6809

Center for Professional Development and Career Strategy, Lydia Russo, lydia.russo@emory@edu, 404.727.8387