Savannah Law School is pleased to welcome its fourth entering class! With applications to law school shrinking nationally, Savannah Law School bucked the trend again this year with an entering class that grew by 43%. In addition, Savannah Law School’s academic indicators rose with a high LSAT score of 170 and high GPA of 3.94.
This new class comprises of 53% females and 47% males. There is a 32% minority representation, 8% military veterans, and a median age of 25. These numbers make the 2015 entering class Savannah Law School’s most diverse; thus reinforcing the school’s mission of providing the opportunity for legal education to both traditional and non-traditional students who show promise of making positive contributions to the profession, legal system or society.
Students joining the Savannah Law School community display a variety of different backgrounds and experiences.
- 43% of incoming students come from states other than Georgia, such as, Colorado, Illinois, Kentucky, Maryland, Montana, Nebraska, Ohio, Oklahoma, Pennsylvania, Tennessee, Texas, and Virginia.
- 45 different undergraduate institutions are represented, such as, UCLA, Denison University, Flagler College, Florida International University, Fort Valley State University, Robert Morris University, Rollins College, Spelman College, and the Universities of Alabama, Georgia, Mississippi, Nebraska, Tennessee, and South Carolina.
- Students spent years serving throughout the world as Army and Naval Officers, business owners, teachers, musicians, dancers, athletes, and parents.
Savannah Law School welcomes all and encourages each to take advantage of everything our boutique law school offers. Prospective students are encouraged to contact the Admissions Office to learn more about how Savannah Law School’s small classes and expert faculty foster great lawyers.
data collected on 8/19/2015