Class of 2023 Profile*

Applications Received 2,798
Enrolled 209
Median LSAT 162
Median GPA 3.65
Middle 50% LSAT 158-164
Middle 50% GPA 3.36-3.78
Women 73%
Students of Color 37%
LGBTQ+ 20%
Average Age 24
Age Range 20 - 49
States Represented 38 plus the District of Columbia

Students in the Class of 2023 graduated from more than 120 different undergraduate institutions.

Select undergraduate schools include:

Boston College
Boston University
Cornell University
Emory University
George Washington University
Loyola University Chicago
Providence College
San Diego State University
Smith College
The University of Texas at Austin
University of Florida
University of Massachusetts – Amherst
University of Michigan
University of Oregon
University of Vermont
Vanderbilt University

Students in the Class of 2023 had 75 different undergraduate majors...

Undergraduate majors include:

American Studies
Anthropology
Art History
Biochemistry
Biological Sciences
Biology
Biomedical Engineering
Business Administration
Business, Organizations, and Society
Chemistry
Classics
Communications
Criminal Justice
Criminology
Cultural Anthropology
Dietetics and Nutrition Food Sciences
Economics
Electrical Engineering
English
Environmental Studies
Finance
Geography
Geology
Global Studies
Government
Health Education and Behavior
Health Sciences
Hispanic Studies
History
Hotel Administration
Human Development
International Relations
Journalism
Labor and Employment Relations
Law, Societies and Justice
Leadership Studies
Legal Studies
Linguistics
Marketing
Mathematics
Mechanical Engineering
Music Business
Neuroscience
Operations Management
Philosophy
Physiology
Policy Studies
Political Science
Politics
Psychology
Public Health
Public Policy
Religion
Science and Technology Studies
Sociology
Textiles, Fashion Merchandising and Design
Women, Gender and Sexuality Studies

...and several have advanced degrees. 

Advanced degrees include:

Master of Arts in Higher Education Administration
Master of Arts in Psychology
Master of Business Administration
Master of Liberal Arts
Master of Public Health
Master of Science in Chemistry
Master of Science in Criminal Justice
Master of Science in Education
Master of Science in Epidemiology
Master of Science in Global Affairs and International Relations
Master of Science in Human Rights
Master of Science in Journalism
Master of Science in Library and Information Science
Master of Science in Public Relations
PhD in Chemistry

They've pursued a variety of careers, inside and outside of the legal profession.

Jobs held by the Class of 2023 include: 

Campaign Intern
Case Manager
Chef
Communications Manager
Congressional Intern
Contracts Administrator
Data Analytics Associate
Digital Content Producer
Dispute Resolution Analyst
Editor
Engineer
Family Advocate
Field Organizer
Figure Skating Coach
Finance Director
Financial Advisor
Health Policy Advocate
HR Legal Analyst
Journalist
Judicial Intern
Lab Assistant
Law Clerk
Legal Assistant
Legislative Aide
Litigation Paralegal
Manufacturing Engineer
Operations Coordinator
Paralegal
Program Manager
Public Relations Manager
Quality Control Analyst
Regulatory Affairs Intern
Research and Grant Assistant
Research Assistant
Risk Analyst
SNAP Outreach Coordinator
Substance Use Disorder Counselor
Teacher
Technical Writer
Technology Consultant
US Senate Intern
Victim Witness Advocate
Project Manager
Volunteer Coordinator

Fun facts about members of the Class of 2023: 

  • Members of the class speak at least 25 different languages, from Arabic to Vietnamese.
  • They have traveled to more than 65 countries around the globe (and one has been to 22 countries!). 
  • They play 30+ different sports. One member of the class was an internationally ranked squash player and another played women’s ice hockey professionally in Switzerland.
  • Our students have dedicated themselves to serving others and have assisted organizations usch as the ACLU, AmeriCorps, Big Brothers Big Sisters, Peace Corps,Red Cross, Relay for Life, Refugee Assistance Project, Special Olympics, and more.
  • They are published authors. One has 34 peer-reviewed publications with more than 2,500 citations and another self-published a novel. 

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