Fast Facts About UCLA Law


Here's a look at UCLA Law by the numbers.

1949: The year the school was founded

22,000: Alumni, working in all 50 states and 55 countries around the world

65: Full-time faculty

96.7%: 2022 J.D. graduates employed in full-time, long-term Bar Required or J.D. Advantage jobs 10 months after graduation

For more information about graduate employment, see Post-Graduate Outcomes

18%: Students in the class of 2026 who are first in their families to earn college degrees

For more information on our students, see the Class of 2026 Class Profile

13: Ranking of the school by U.S.News & World Report

11: Ranking of the school for scholarly influence of faculty

For more information, see UCLA Law Professors Top Scholarly Impact Rankings

400: Law firms and legal employers who visit campus each year

$181 million: Funds raised for the law school during the Centennial Campaign for UCLA

40+: Clinic, practicum and stimulation courses provide transformative, real-world experiences both in and out of the classroom

82.3%: of enrolled J.D. students receive some form of gift aid

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