Getting a job in the legal industry can be tough, but getting into law school can be even tougher.
The Princeton Review just released its 2015 guide to law schools, which includes lists of the “Best Professors,” “Most Competitive Students,” and of course, “The Toughest to Get Into.”
To create the list, The Princeton Review surveyed 19,500 current law students and administrators from 169 schools. The Review also compiled LSAT scores, undergraduate GPAs of the first-year class, acceptance rates, and enrollment rates.
Here are the most competitive law schools in the U.S., according to the Princeton Review:
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