Chicago-Kent Quick Facts 2021-2022

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QUICK FACTS 2021–2022

Employment Statistics (Class of 2020) Detailed employment statistics are available at Employment statistics 10 months post-graduation include graduates who are working full-time and part-time in all employment categories tracked by the American Bar Association.

Total Employed Bar passage required, J.D. advantage or professional positions


Full-time, Long-term Employment Bar passage required or J.D. advantage positions


Employment type of those employed: Clerkships 3.1%

Public Interest 6.2%

Education 1%

Government 11.3%

Law Firms 62%

Business & Industry 16.4%

Fall 2021 Student Body Profile Total J.D. students:


From 39 states and 20 citizenship countries

Percent who are women:

Percent who are students of color:





student organizations

studentfaculty ratio

2021 Entering Class: By the Numbers Final statistics as of 10/5/2021. For additional statistics:

Total enrolled:


Full-time: 234 Part-time: 21

Total applications:


Age range:


Universities represented:


Languages spoken:


Number with advanced degrees:


Percent of full-time students from out of state:




25th/75th percentile LSAT:

152 / 162 Median GPA:


25th / 75th percentile GPA:

3.31/ 3.74

Bar Passage Statistics For detailed statistics and additional information:


Illinois first-time bar pass rate (2020 calendar year)


Ultimate bar pass rate (Class of 2018)

Chicago-Kent is committed to providing students with the academic foundation necessary for success on the bar exam. We encourage students to think about bar preparation beginning in the first year, with the goal of being bar ready by graduation. Our Director of Bar Success oversees a program of support that includes a series of bar readiness review sessions for 3L students on key bar subjects and Bar Exam Strategies, a Barbri-designed course for students looking to get a head start on summer bar preparation. The course is required for selected students whom the law school identifies as needing additional assistance and sharpens the analytic and writing skills needed for practice as well as for success on the bar exam.

Joint Degrees Business Administration (J.D. /M.B.A.) Environmental Management and Sustainability (J.D. /M.S.) Finance (J.D. /M.S.) Financial Services Law (J.D. /LL.M.) Public Policy and Administration (J.D. /M.P.P.A.)

LL.M. Programs

Doctoral Degree

Financial Services Law

J.S.D. (Doctor of Juridical Science)

International Intellectual Property Law Legal Innovation and Technology Trial Advocacy (for non-U.S. attorneys) U.S., International, and Transnational Law (for non-U.S. attorneys)

Certificate Programs

Clinical Practice Areas

Business Law

Civil Litigation

Criminal Litigation

Criminal Defense Litigation

Environmental and Energy Law

Environmental Law

Intellectual Property Law

Family Law

International and Comparative Law

Federal Health Litigation

Labor and Employment Law


Legal Innovation + Technology Litigation and Alternative Dispute Resolution

Intellectual Property Law Mediation and Alternative Dispute Resolution

Praxis Program

Plaintiffs Employment Law

Public Interest Law

Tax Law

Workplace Litigation and Alternative Dispute Resolution

Guaranteed Tuition Rate New students pay a guaranteed, per-credit-hour tuition rate that will not increase while in law school. 2022 entering class rate available in January 2022

202 1 ENTERING CLASS $1,695 /credit hour


(87 credits required for J.D.)

Substantial scholarship support is available to applicants with strong credentials. Awards are made at the time of admission based on the information contained in the admissions application. The Honors Scholars Program provides full-tuition awards to a select group of students with exceptional academic and leadership potential.

Full-Time (3 years) $49,155 Part-Time (4 years) $36,866 *Actual tuition charges will vary each term based upon course selections and total credit hours.

Application Process Overview No application fee for J.D. applicants.

Dates and Deadlines September 15: Begin accepting applications December 15: Early action deadline March 15: Suggested application deadline Rolling: Decision notification

Required Application Materials • Application form • Personal statement • Letter of recommendation (one required and a maximum of two accepted) • LSAT or GRE score • CAS report (includes undergraduate and graduate transcripts)

Optional Application Materials • Optional essay • Resume • Addendum

Scholarships and Financial Aid financing-law-school Questions Visit our website for complete details:


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