Gonzaga University School of Law is an American Bar Association accredited law school. The following information provides a snapshot of Gonzaga Law in accordance with ABA Standard 509.
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For the class entering in the Fall of 2014
Median LSAT: 153
Median GPA: 3.24
Full Admissions Data
Enrollment & Attrition Data
For a detailed snapshot of the class entering the Fall of 2014, visit our Admissions Class Profile.
For the 2013-2014 Academic Year
First Year Class Size: 40
Number of students enrolled in a typical first-year section, not including LR&W
Upper Class Course Size
By enrollment range
Under 25: 70
25 to 49: 19
50 to 74: 8
75 to 99: 1
Number of Seminar Positions Filled: 311
Number of Positions Available in Faculty-Supervised Clinical Courses: 143
Credits Earned In Co-Curricular Offerings
Law Review: 100 earned by 32 members
Law Journal: 46 earned by 14 members
Competitions: 78 earned by 39 students
Bar Examination Statistics
Pass rate for first-time Gonzaga takers: 75.8%
State average: 77.3%
Pass rate for first-time Gonzaga takers: 81.8%
State average: 71%
Class of 2013: Of the 161 graduates in the Class of 2013, 153 reported seeking post-graduate work. Of the 153 seeking work, 142 secured employment as of February 15, 2014. 132 of those employed as of that date are in bar passage required or JD advantage positions. Seven of those not seeking work are enrolled in full-time graduate degree programs, and one is serving as a full-time volunteer.
Average (50th Percentile) Scholarship: $13,500
2013-2014 Conditional Scholarships: 108
Full scholarship retention data.
Refunds: Full Refund & Adjustment Schedule
Faculty & Administration
Gonzaga University School of Law is housed in one building, completed in the year 2000, that was designed expressly for legal education. Read more about the Gonzaga Law building.