Almost everyone knows that law school is a rather costly affair. According to a survey conducted by Student Loan Hero , the average law school graduate leaves law school up to six figures in the debt-an average of $111,752, to be more precise. While the reputation of the school, as well as the location and the percent of graduates passing the bar exam, are vital factors when evaluating law schools, tuition and affordability are also essential factors and, in most cases, a deal-breaker.

However, there are affordable law schools in the United States, most of which offer ABA accreditation.

Here is a list of the ten most affordable law schools in the United States 10. University of Louisville, Brandeis School of Law (Louisville, KY)

Full-Time Out-of-State Tuition Fees: $30,300

Full-Time In-State Tuition Fees: $15,760

The fifth oldest continually operated law school in the nation, University of Louisville’s Louis D. Brandeis School of Law focuses on practical legal education.

U.S. News and World Report , 2011, ranked The Brandeis School of Law #100 of the best law schools in the United States and has recently been ranked among the top 20 best-value law schools by National Jurist , 2010 .

According to BestSchools.com , 89% of the graduates passed the Kentucky bar exam. 9. University of Alabama School of Law (Tuscaloosa, AL)

Full-Time Out-of-State Tuition Fees: $28,070 Full-Time In-State Tuition Fees: $15,760 The University of Alabama School of Law is the only public law school in the state, known for small class sizes, a diverse student body, a high bar exam passage rate, international programs, and great internship and externship placements in federal situations. Ranked at #35 of the best law schools in the nation by U.S. News and World Report , 2011 and among the top 20 best-value law schools by National Jurist , 2010, the University of Alabama School of Law offers over 12 different programs, including J.D.s, Master of Laws, joint degree programs, and a Doctor of Juridical Sciences.In 2010, graduates had a national and Alabama bar-exam passing rate of 95%. 8. University of Kansas School of Law […]

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