Not all law schools require a perfect LSAT score, nor do all law schools have acceptance rates in the single digits. The following twelve ABA-accredited schools are considered the easiest law schools to get into because they have the highest acceptance rates, and their students have lower median LSAT scores and GPAs than students at more competitive programs . 12. Western State College of Law

Western State College of Law is the oldest law school in Orange County, Southern California, founded in 1966. The law school has a student-faculty ratio of 9.3:1, and among all law schools, it has the third-highest Diversity Index, as reported by US News and World Report.

Western State College of Law offers two areas of focus through its Criminal Law Practice Center and its Business Law Center, which are aimed at preparing graduates for a career in business or criminal law through networking with lawyers, additional training, and internships. The law school also offers certificates in Real Estate Family Law and Immigration Law. 11. Ave Maria School of Law

Founded in 1999, Ave Maria School of Law offers a full-time three year JD program with an emphasis on how the law intersects with the Catholic intellectual tradition and natural law philosophy. Located in northeastern Naples, Florida. The campus consists of six major buildings located on 12 acres.

The school was sanctioned by the American Bar Association due to lax admissions standards in 2016. However, ABA lifted the sanctions in 2018 following remedial actions by the school. The school has a 52.6% bar passage rate and 55.7% of the Class of 2018 found long-term full-time employment. The school is ranked in the fourth tier of U.S law schools by U.S. News & World Report . 10. Roger Williams University

With an acceptance rate of roughly 65%, this school offers a good chance of admission requiring a minimum LSAT score of 149 and a 3.21 GPA. Their full-time J.D. program is affordable (costing $34,833), especially when the school has a 70% bar pass rate.

Additionally, more than 50% of Roger Williams’ law students receive a […]

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