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University of Alabama School of Law
Established 1872
School type Public
Dean Kenneth Randall
Location Tuscaloosa, Alabama, United States
Enrollment 540 (approx.)
Faculty 60 full-time; 40 adjunct
USNWR ranking 30 (Tier 1)
Bar pass rate 99%[1]
Annual tuition $12,564 (instate); $24,158 (out of state)
Website www.law.ua.edu/

The University of Alabama School of Law is a law school located in Tuscaloosa, Alabama. University of Alabama School of Law is one of five law schools in the state, one of three that is ABA accredited, and of the accredited schools, it is the only public law school in Alabama. In 2003-2005, there were 541 (536 J.D., 5 International LL.M.) students enrolled, and in 2006-2007, the first year student body had a median 163 LSAT, and 3.49 GPA. Of these students, approximately 40% were female and 12% were minority students.

The majority of students come from Alabama, although 130 undergraduate schools from 26 states are represented altogether. The average age for incoming students was 25, but many students did not come straight out of undergraduate school.

Approximately 40% of students graduate with journal experience. This is a slightly lower percentage than many of Alabama's peer schools, but nonetheless above the national average.

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Coordinates: 33°12′39″N 87°32′46″W / 33.210941°N 87.546186°W / 33.210941; -87.546186


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