ABA Required Disclosures & Consumer Facts

The Standard 509 Information Report [PDF] is compiled from the latest information submitted in the annual ABA questionnaire.

ABA Required Disclosures and Consumer Facts

Applications – 2,594
Enrolled – 457 (375 full-time/82 part-time evening)
Acceptance rate – 57%

Scores

  • LSAT*/GPA Median 154/3.48
  • 25th – 75th LSAT – 150-158
  • 25th – 75th GPA – 3.24-3.69
    *Suffolk University Law School uses the highest LSAT score.

Demographics

  • Female/Male – 66%/34%
  • Diversity – 23%
  • LGBTQ – 14%
  • First-Generation College Students – 27%
  • From 34 states, 12 countries, 193 colleges and universities

View the 2020 509 Report [PDF]

*2021 data is preliminary until ABA releases 2021 509 Report.

313 Full-time/Day Division
96 Part-time/Evening Division

Scores
LSAT*/GPA Median: 154/3.44
75th percentile: 158/3.66
25th percentile: 149/3.17

*Suffolk University Law School uses the highest LSAT score.

Demographics

Female/Male 65%/35%
Diverse 18%

View the 2020 509 Report [PDF]

Academic Year
Calendar

Academic Requirements
JD Programs
Dual Degree Programs
Graduate Programs: LLM, SJD

Curriculum
Electives

Faculty and Administrators
2020 ABA 509 Report [PDF]
Faculty

Transfer of Credit
Transfer of Credit (scroll down and select "Transfer")
Visiting Out, Study Abroad and Electives at Non-Suffolk Programs

Articulation Agreement
The Sage Colleges, Albany, N.Y.

 

Accreditation

Suffolk University Law School is accredited by the American Bar Association. For more information please contact:

Council of the Section of Legal Education and Admissions to the Bar
of the American Bar Association
321 N. Clark Street
Chicago, IL 60654
Phone: 312-988-6738

Suffolk University is accredited by the New England Commission of Higher Education.

Suffolk University Law School is additionally a member of the Association of American Law Schools (AALS).