Gonzaga University School of Law is an American Bar Association accredited law school. The following information provides a snapshot of Gonzaga Law in accordance with ABA Standard 509.
For the class entering in 2016
Median LSAT: 153
Median GPA: 3.25
Full Admissions Data
Enrollment & Attrition Data
For the 2016-2017 Academic Year
Typical First Year Section Size: 48*
*Excluding small sections and Legal Research & Writing
Number of Upper Division Classroom Course Sections, with an enrollment of:
Under 25: 54
25 to 49: 17
50 to 74: 6
75 to 99: 0
Number of Seminar Positions Filled: 295
Number of Positions Available in Faculty-Supervised Clinical Courses: 114
Bar Examination Statistics
Pass rate for first time test takers 76%
State Average: 72.3%
Pass rate for first time test takers 67.2%
State Average: 57.7%
Pass rate for first time test takers 75.7%
State Average: 70.4%
Full Bar Exam Statistics, 2008-2017
Class of 2016: Of the 112 graduates of the Class of 2016, 92 were employed as of March 15, 2017. Additionally, two graduates secured employment that started after March 15, 2017, six were pursuing additional education, and one was not seeking employment. Of those employed, 85 are in bar passage required or JD advantage positions.
Full statistics for the Classes of 2008 – 2016.
Faculty & Administration
Gonzaga University School of Law is housed in one building, completed in the year 2000, that was designed expressly for legal education. Read more about the Gonzaga Law building.