We're looking into legal education to make entry to the legal profession more transparent, affordable, and fair
Build a better society and profession by improving the accessibility and affordability of legal education.
Enable more informed decisions by prospective students about whether or where to attend law school and by policymakers for how to regulate law schools.
Law School Transparency is a non-profit organization made up of volunteers from across the legal profession. Our staff and advisory board are made up of a mixture of attorneys, faculty, and current law students.
Our research, policy papers, reports, and officers are frequently cited by traditional news organizations like NPR, The New York Times and Wall Street Journal, legal news organizations like the National Law Journal and ABA Journal and widely-read blogs.
Track the schools that have published key employment information, as well as those that continue to fight transparency
Track school-specific and national trends in job outcomes
See which schools offer conditional scholarships and what percentage keep them
See how much it costs to finance a law degree with student loans with and without discounts
Attending law school is a life-changing decision. LSTReports.com is designed to give you the space to consider important questions.
Seperate schools based on where graduates get jobs
Estimate debt and admissions chances, see job statistics and trends
Our algorithm ranks schools based on factors that matter to you
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