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To be eligible for admission into the Juris Doctor program, an applicant must hold a baccalaureate degree from an accredited college or university prior to registration. All applicants must take the Law School Admission Test, LSAT, which is administered in June, September, December and February at testing locations throughout the country. OU Law also requires each student to register for the Credential Assembly Service (CAS, formerly LSDAS) through www.LSAC.org. Applicants should take the LSAT as early as possible, but no later than February of the year in which admission to OU Law is sought.
|Average first-year section size||38||38||36||39||39||44|
|Top 25 percent LSAT score||161||161||159||158||159||159|
|Median LSAT score||158||158||157||157||157||157|
|Bottom 25 percent LSAT score||155||155||155||155||154||154|
|Top 25 percent GPA||3.75||3.58||3.73||3.76||3.80||3.74|
|Bottom 25 percent GPA||3.23||3.1||3.24||3.24||3.33||3.17|
|Percentage of minorities||23||20||25||19||21||24|
|Percentage of women||44||44||42||45||40||41|
|Percentage of men||56||56||58||55||60||59|
|1LS enrollment (summer start)||22||28||21||33||58||80|
|Undergrad colleges and programs represented||58||48||39||74||55||57|
|Veterans and current military members||4||8||5||8||6||13|
Updated 07/19/2017 by OU Law: firstname.lastname@example.org