2023 Tuition & Fees

Harvard Law School's 2023 tuition & fees is $71,734 for its prospective studets.
For law school students, the average living costs including room & board, books, and other personal expenses is $31,186. Including living costs and tuition & fees, the total costs of attendance of Harvard Law School is $102,920.
The following table summarizes the tuition & fees, and other college costs for Harvard Law School.

Grants and Scholarships

At Harvard Law School, 45.25% of enrolled students received grants and/or scholarships. The average grant amount is $30,323. 1.93% of students received more than full tuition amount, and 43.04% received more than half, but not the full tuition amount.
You can view more detailed financial aid statistics at Harvard Law School costs and financial aid page.

GPA and LSAT Scores

The average GPA of Harvard Law School is 3.92 and the average LSAT score is 174. The GPA is the average value of submitted scores from 546 pre-admitted and enrolled first-year students and the average LSAT score is computed over submitted scores from 519 students. The following table summarizes the GPA and LSAT scores by 25th, 50th, and 75th percentiles.

Acceptance Rate and Admission Statistics

For the academic year 2022-2023, total 9,933 students have applied to Harvard Law School and 685 students have accepted to get into the school. Among the admitted students, 370 students finally have enrolled into the school. The acceptance rate is 6.90% and the yield, also known as enrollment rate, is 54.01% at Harvard Law School. With 192 pre-admitted students, total 562 first-year students enrolled in Harvard Law School.

Bar Exam Pass Rate

Last year, total 460 students took the bar exam first time at Harvard Law School. Among them, 455 students passed the exam and the bar exam pass rate is 98.91%. For reference, the average pass rate at Massachusetts law schools is 81.42%. The following table shows the bar exam pass rate for first time exam takers at Harvard Law School.
In 2022, 594 students graduated from Harvard Law School. Of them, 515 graduates employed where bar passage required and 14 got J.D. Advantage jobs. By employed status, 572 graduates employed as full-time and 2 employed as part-time status. Check more employment statistics at Harvard Law School employement summary page.

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