Tuesday, December 19, 2017
Got that? These are not necessarily the best "bargains" (for that you'd need to take into account return on investment based on tuition versus the projected average starting salary upon graduation) but instead the cheapest tuitions among the U.S. News & World Report's Top 100 ranked law schools. As the Law.com list shows, $38K a year is considered "cheap" in this world since the University of Florida made the Top 20 list despite charging the same amount for a single year's tuition as it would cost you to drive away debt free in a new Alfa Romeo. No offense law schools, I'd take the Alfa, pay cash for a "tiny house" and then travel Europe with the money I'd otherwise spend over the next three years.
Here's the full list for your perusing pleasure: