Loyola Law School

Los Angeles, CA Private ABA Accredited
Founded in 1920, Loyola Law School is a private law school located in Los Angeles, California. Last year, 303 students newly enrolled to the school and the total number of law school students is 1,124. With 171 faculties, the students to faculty ratio is 7 to 1.
Loyola Law School is approved for the distance education JD program by ABA. It offers JD program through online completely and/or in hybrid manner combining online courses and on-campus programs.
The acceptance rate is 34.42% and the enrollment rate (yield) is 25.79% at Loyola Law School. The average LSAT score submitted by enrolled students is 161 and the average GPA is 3.69. You can check the detailed admission score and statistics.
The bar exam pass rate is 79.94%. For the 305 graduates in 2022, 276 students got full-time jobs and 4 got part-time jobs. You can check the employment summary by hiring status, position type, business, and more for Loyola Law School.

2024 Tuition & fees

The 2024 Loyola Law School tuition & fee is $65,912 for prospective students. The tuition & fees increased by 3.94% compared to last year from $63,412 to $65,912.
68.36% of full-time students received grants and/or scholarships and the average grants amount is $40,000 at Loyola Law School. The average grant amount would cover 60.69% of tuition & fees.
2024 Tuition & fees$65,912
2023 Tuition & fees$63,412
Average Grant Amount$40,000
Grant Received68.36%

Loyola Law School Directory Information

Loyola Law School's calendar type is Semester system. An academic year starts August and JD degree is conferred in January, May, July, December. In order to earn JD degree, a student must receive credit for 87 credit hours of course work.
The application deadline for fall term 2024 enrollment is February 1, 2024. The application fee for full-time J.D. program is $65. The application can be waived for applicants who apply on or before priority deadline. Contact school's admission office (see directory information below) for eligibility.