University of Texas School of Law

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The University of Texas School of Law, also known as UT Law, is an ABA-certified American law school located on the University of Texas at Austin campus. The law school has been in operation since the founding of the University in 1883. It was one of only two schools at the University when it was founded; the other was the liberal arts school. The school offers both Juris Doctor and Master of Laws degrees. It also offers dual degree programs with the JD, such as an MBA, MPA, and PhD.

The law school is consistently ranked among the top twenty law schools in the United States and has a reputation for turning out graduates who become high-profile lawyers and public servants. The school is ranked #14 in the nation by U.S. News & World Report.

The school has 19,000 living alumni, over 4,000 of whom practice law outside of Texas.


UT Law is among the most selective law schools in the nation. For the class of 2010, 5,815 students applied and 24% were accepted with a class median LSAT score of 167. Although the minimum GPA to apply is 2.2, the median GPA for the admitted class is 3.71. The average age of admitted students is 24, and 46% of the class is women. UT Law admits students from over 30 US states.

Emphasizing its role as a public institution, UT Law reserves 65% of the...
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