Do you want to purchase a discount legal education, but you don’t know where to look? A new list from the National Jurist will point you in the right direction. Tax Prof Blog reproduces the list of which law schools give you the most bang for your buck. Here are the top 15:
How do you come up with a list that ranks N. Carolina Central the best at anything? Check out the methodology after the jump.
Here are the factors that went into this list of Value City Law Schools:
In determining what makes a law school a “best value,” we first looked at tuition, considering only public schools with an in-state tuition less than $25,000, and private schools with an annual tuition that comes in under $30,000. We then narrowed the playing field again by including only schools that had an employment rate of at least 85% and a school bar passage rate that was higher than their state average. We then ranked schools, giving greatest weight to tuition, followed closely by employment statistics.
If you only want to go to law school to pass the bar in your state and have a decent chance at getting some kind of legal work, this list will help you spend as little as possible on the law school experience.
Click on the links below for the full list.
Best Value Law Schools [Tax Prof Blog]
Best Bang For Your Buck [National Jurist]