Most Affordable Law Schools in the U.S.

These Are the Most Affordable Law Schools in the Country

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Have you always dreamed of yelling “I object!” in the courtroom, or fighting for justice? Don’t let the perception of the cost of law school deter you. While there are law schools in the US that cost a small fortune, there are also schools that offer an affordable education for America’s budding lawyers. We’ve rounded up four affordable law schools from around the country to help keep the dream alive.

University of District of Columbia David A. Clarke School of Law – Washington, DC

In-state tuition & fees: $12,516

Out-of-state tuition & fees: $24,030

David A. Clarke School of Law, University of the District of Columbia gives a median scholarship amount of $8,500 USD and awards scholarships to 65% of its full-time students.

University of Montana Alexander Blewett III School of Law – Missoula, MT

In-state tuition & fees: $11,450

Out-of-state tuition & fees: $30,849

The Blewett School of Law offered scholarships to 40% of the current first year law students with an average award of $3,300.

Related: 4 Signs You Should Go to Law School

University of Mississippi School of Law – University, MS

In-state tuition & fees: $15,642

Out-of-state tuition & fees: $35,134

University of Mississippi School of Law awards scholarships to 65% of its students and gives median scholarship amount of $12,000 USD.

University of Louisville Brandeis School of Law – Louisville, KY

In-state tuition & fees: $21,292

Out-of-state tuition & fees: $39,498

Louis D. Brandeis School of Law, University of Louisville gives a median scholarship amount of $9,500 USD and awards scholarships to 60% of its full-time students.

As you can see, a law degree doesn’t have to cost a fortune. If you don’t live in one of the states listed above, don’t panic! Many states have affordable law programs for residents.

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