Facts About Pace Law School

Facts About Pace Law School

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Facts About Pace Law School

Pace University School of Law, or simply known as Pace Law School, is located in Westchester County, New York, in the city of White Plains. Pace Law School was founded in 1976 and is the only law school that exists between the city of New York and Albany.

Pace Law School is famously known for having one of the best environmental law programs in the country. Currently, Pace Law School's environmental program is ranked third in the United States. Furthermore, Pace Law School is in the top 20 schools in terms of median salary earned by graduates in public practice. The campus of Pace Law School also serves as the headquarters of the New York State Judicial Institute, which is the statewide facility meant to educate and train the judges and justices in the New York State Unified Court System.

Pace Law School has an acceptance rate of about 40%, which translates to about accepting 1,100 out of over 3,000 applicants. Just over 250 will ultimately matriculate at Pace Law School. Average GPA scores for applicants are about 3.4, with median LSAT scores of about 154.

Tuition for full time programs at Pace Law School are just under $40,000, with part time tuition being under $30,000. Expenses additional to tuition rates are about $20,000 for both commuters and those living on campus. Attendance for students still living with parents can expect about $8,000 in total expenses. However, the average overall cost of Pace Law School is about $60,000 annually.

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