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J.D. Class of 2023


7,505

Applications

968

Offers of Admission

502

Enrolled 1Ls

13%

admit rate

49% women
47% students of color
17% LGBTQ+
10% hold advanced degrees
9% international students

Academic Percentiles (25th | 50th | 75th)

LSAT:  170  |   173  |  175

GPA:   3.78 |  3.88 |  3.95


80% at least one year out of college
62% two or more years out of college
23% four or more years out of college

164

undergraduate Institutions

58

Languages

49

States & Territories

17

Countries

Languages
Albanian, American Sign Language, Ancient Greek, Arabic, Aramaic, Babylonian Judeo-Aramaic, Bangla, Bengali, Burmese, Cantonese, Dutch, Esperanto, Etruscan, Farsi, Faroese, French, German, Greek, Gujarati, Haitian Creole, Hebrew, Hindi, Hindustani, Igbo, Indonesian, Isan, Italian, Japanese, Korean, Kyrgyz, Latin, Lusitanian, Malay, Mandarin, Marathi, Modern Greek, Norwegian, Portuguese, Punjabi, Quechua, Romanian, Russian, Sanskrit, Scanian, Slovene, Spanish, Swahili, Swedish, Tamil, Telugu, Thai, Turkish, Urdu, Vietnamese, Western Lombard, Wolof, Yiddish, Yoruba


FROM across the united states and the world

International Representation
Australia, Bangladesh, Canada, China, Dominican Republic, Germany, Ghana, Hong Kong S.A.R., Lebanon, Malaysia, Mexico, Myanmar, Singapore, South Korea, Sweden, Switzerland, United Kingdom


April 9

Most Common Birthday


25 Instruments
banjo, bouzouki, cello, clarinet, drums, erhu, fiddle, flute, French horn, gaohu, guitar, hand percussion, mandolin, piano, piccolo, saxophone, sitar, steel pan, string bass, tabla, trombone, trumpet, ukulele, viola, violin

Class of 2023 by the Numbers
88 Phi Beta Kappa inductees
50 undergraduate STEM majors
32 collegiate mock trial competitors
26 company founders and CEOs
21 editors-in-chief
19 Division I varsity athletes
19 current and former members of the U.S. Armed Forces
12 Eagle Scouts and Girl Scout Gold Awards
12 Teach For America corps members
11 AmeriCorps members
9 black belts
8 Fulbright Scholars (Albania, Benin, Czech Republic, Germany, Hungary, India, Jordan, Russia)
8 students with Top Secret security clearance
8 published novelists
7 embassy staffers (Brazil, Costa Rica, Ghana, India, South Africa, Tajikistan, United Kingdom)
5 opera singers
5 archaeologists
4 student body presidents
3 Muay Thai fighters
3 cattle ranchers
3 Truman Scholars
2 QuestBridge Scholars
2 Schwarzman Scholars
2 Marshall Scholars
2 sets of brothers (including a set of twins)
1 Rhodes Scholar
1 haunted house actor
1 professional wedding emcee
1 alpaca farmer

Note: Data as of 8/27/2020. All data based on information shared by students in application form and materials.