UCLA School of Law Facts

Founded in 1949, UCLA School of Law is an exceptional institution developing passionate lawyers and leaders. The youngest of the top law schools in the nation, UCLA Law is a pioneer in experiential education that provides a collaborative, supportive and challenging educational environment fueled by leading faculty, top students and an active alumni community.

Admissions 2019

Number of applicants: 6,211
Number of enrollees: 310
GPA  (25th, 50th, 75th percentiles):
3.51 / 3.79 / 3.89
LSAT (25th, 50th, 75th percentiles):
164 / 168 / 169

125 Undergraduate schools represented

58% Female
42% Male
42% Students of Color
58% California Residents
42% Non-residents

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Hugh & Hazel Darling Law Library

Seating for 678
Wireless and wired network/Internet access throughout
Provides access to tens of thousands of online resources
Holds more than 600,000 bound volumes

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Number of Alumni

More than 17,000

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Faculty

More than 100 faculty members

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Areas of Focus