University of Louisville - Brandeis School of Law

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University of Louisville - Brandeis School of Law

The University of Louisville Brandeis School of Law is fully accredited by the American Bar Association and is a member of the Association of American Law Schools. The J.D. Program requires the completion of 90 semester hours, which can be completed on either a full-time or part-time basis. The full-time program is a three-year course of study for students who are able to devote virtually all of their time to the study of law. The part-time program is designed to meet the needs of students who have outside obligations, and is generally completed in four or five years. Students may switch from part-time to the full-time program after completing their first semester of study.

Contact Info


Website: http://louisville.edu/law/
Address: 2301 S 3rd St, Louisville, KY 40208
Admission Phone: (502) 852-6364
Admission Email: [email protected]

2016 Quick Overview

The Below Data Compiled By: The American Bar Association 

Students314
Student-faculty ratio14:1
Tuition $21,292 per year (full-time, in-state)
$39,498 per year (full-time, out-of-state)
$17,092 per year (part-time, in-state)
$31,668 per year (part-time, out-of-state)
Tuition Guarantee Program0
Estimated Living Expenses$18,820
Founded In1931
ABA AccreditedYes
Application deadline04/15/17
Full-time program application fee$ 50
Financial Aid Deadline05/15/17
Can first years start other than fall?No

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University of Louisville - Brandeis School of Law

Real Time Applicant Admissions Data

University of Louisville - Brandeis School of Law

Real Time HIC User Applicant Status Admissions Data

Actual(A)/Practice(P)

Username LSAT GPA Status Scholarship Sent Received Decision Updated
Ericksonp07 150 A 3.37

Accepted

03/23/17 03/23/17 - 8 months ago
jshelton 154 A 3.26

Interested In Applying

- - - 3 months ago
taylordennen 153 A 3.33

Interested In Applying

- - - 4 months ago
sndunn01 150 P 3.60

Interested In Applying

- - - 6 months ago
BlakeGerstner 160 P 3.71

Interested In Applying

- - - 6 months ago
heport03 156 P 3.00

Interested In Applying

- - - 12 months ago
ejshah02 163 A 3.98

Interested In Applying

- - - one year ago
Tommygrossnicklaus 150 P 3.60

Interested In Applying

- - - one year ago
NataliaG 140 P 3.75

Interested In Applying

- - - 2 years ago
shellmae3 145 A 2.80

Interested In Applying

- - - 2 years ago
Total Full-Time Part-Time
Number of Applicants55457326
Number of Offers37836414
Number of Matriculants1111047
75% GPA3.473.470
Median GPA3.293.290
25% GPA2.952.950
75% LSAT1501500
Median LSAT1531530
25% LSAT1551550
2016 Scholarship Data
Total Number of Students314
Total Students Receiving Grants185
% of Students Receiving Grants58.9
75% Grant Amount$12,875
Median Grant Amount$9,500
25% Grants Amount$5,850
Scholarships awarded based on maintaining a certain academic performance
Offering Conditional Scholarships:This school does not award scholarships that may be reduced or eliminated based on law school academic performance

  • % of Total Less Than Half Tuition (21)
  • % of Total Half to Full Tuition (37.9)
  • % of Total Full Tuition (0)
  • % of Total More than Full Tuition (0)

2016 Ethnicity Statistics

  • White (257)
  • Hispanics (8)
  • Black or African American (19)
  • Asian (7)
  • American Indian / Native (2)
  • Other (6)
  • Native Hawaiian or Other Pacific Islander Total (0)
  • Two or more races Total (3)
  • Nonresident Alien Total (3)
  • Race and Ethnicity Unknown Total (0)


  • Total Women% (43.5)
  • Total Men% (55.5)
University of Louisville - Brandeis School of Law Bar Exam Statistics
YearTakersPass%State Average%Average Pass Difference%
2015 119 84.76% 76.46% 8.30%
2014 109 82.69% 80.50% 2.19%
2013 129 80.18% 81.22% -1.04%

Total Graduates 2016

  • Employed Bar Exam Required (260)
  • Employed J.D. Advantage (52)
  • Employed Other (6)
  • Unemployed (66)
  • Pursuing Graduate Degree (5)

The Above Data Compiled By:  The American Bar Association