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The number of law schools that accept the GRE in lieu of the LSAT has been rising steadily. After preliminary studies suggested that GRE scores might be as indicative as LSAT scores in predicting student performance in law school, the GRE has gained traction as an LSAT substitute. Many school officials hope that accepting GRE scores will make law school more accessible to a diverse group of students.
To help you keep track of it all, we’re keeping a running list of all the law schools that accept the GRE. We’ll update the list as more schools change their policies. As of now, here are the law schools that accept the GRE (or have announced that they’ll soon accept the GRE):
Which law schools accept the GRE?
- The University of Arizona James E. Rogers College of Law
- Harvard Law School
- Northwestern Pritzker School of Law
- Georgetown University Law Center
- University of Hawaii William S. Richardson School of Law
- Washington University in St. Louis School of Law
- The University of California at Los Angeles School of Law*
- Columbia Law School
- St. John’s School of Law
- Wake Forest University School of Law
- Texas A&M University School of Law
- Brigham Young University Law School
- Brooklyn Law School
- George Washington University Law School
- Benjamin N. Cardozo School of Law
- John Marshall Law School
- Florida State University College of Law
- George Mason University Antonin Scalia Law School
- Hamad Bin Khalifa University Law School
- Pace University Elisabeth Haub School of Law
- UCLA Law
- University of Pennsylvania Law School
- USC Gould School of Law
- Cornell Law School (also accepting the GMAT)
- NYU School of Law
- Chicago-Kent College of Law
- University at Buffalo School of Law
- Penn State Law
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