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What Are the T14 Law Schools?

May 3, 2024
15 min read


Reviewed by:

David Merson

Former Head of Pre-Law Office, Northeastern University, & Admissions Officer, Brown University

Reviewed: 09/28/23

If you want a comprehensive law school education, look no further than the country’s top schools. But what are the T14 law schools? Read on to learn more! 

University of Michigan law school

The T14 law schools are the top 14 schools in the US based on rankings. Among the T14, there isn’t much movement in these rankings year after year. We’ll teach you what each T14 law school is and what you need to know about them while you craft your school list.

The T14 Law Schools 

This list is ranked in order according to US News World and Report’s ranking of Best Law Schools, and shares distinguishing features as well as the GPA and LSAT requirements for the T14 law schools in the nation. 

1. Stanford Law School

Stanford University campus

Stanford Law School (SLS) claims the spot for the best law school in the country. The school’s teaching approach centers on students, “defined by the needs and ambitions of future graduates and customizable to each individual student.” In keeping with this effort, students can: 

  • Build their own joint degree 
  • Create a new course 
  • Explore law through an interdisciplinary lens 

SLS is well-known for its close-knit community, collaboration, and support between faculty members and students. With small class sizes, reading groups, seminars, and team-drive clinics, Stanford offers an intensive yet supportive learning experience. 

Stanford understands the value of interdisciplinary learning for a truly comprehensive legal education. That’s why its JD program focuses on an innovative approach to allow students access to other courses outside the law school across Stanford University’s sprawling campus. 

Stanford law students can explore courses and deepen specialized legal understanding in 14 interest areas

  • Academia 
  • American Indian & Indigenous Law 
  • Clinical Education
  • Constitutional Law 
  • Criminal Law 
  • Environmental Law and Policy 
  • Health Law and Policy 
  • International and Comparative Law 
  • Law and History 
  • Law and Public Policy
  • Law, Economics, and Business 
  • Tech Law and Policy 
  • Public Service and Public Interest Law 
  • Racial Justice 

Your specialized law education awaits! 

Stanford Law Acceptance Rate, GPA, and LSAT Scores

SLS’ acceptance rate is a low 6.9%. The GPA and LSAT score distribution of enrolled students is as follows: 

Median 75th Percentile
GPA 3.84 3.92 3.99
LSAT 170 173 176

If you’re passionate about building your own joint degree program or crave an interdisciplinary law education, Stanford Law may be a perfect choice. 

2. Yale Law School

New Haven, CT

Yale Law School, located in New Haven, Connecticut, is ranked as the nation’s best law school as well. The school is committed to “an unmatched environment of excellence and educational intimacy,” through: 

  • Instruction from world-renowned faculty members 
  • Small class sizes 
  • Numerous opportunities for clinical training 
  • Encouraging students to engage in public service 

The three-year JD program encourages in-depth investigation into your ideas and law interest areas through numerous opportunities for writing, independent study, and student-organized seminars. With help from faculty, each student can write and publish two major research papers throughout the program. 

Perhaps one of the most attractive elements of Yale Law School is its commitment to collaboration over competition. All classes are ungraded in the first term. After that, classes are graded on a “honors/pass/low pass basis.” Although Yale Law School is in a league of its own, the grading system can be less stressful for first-years.

Yale offers students 12 areas of study, so you can choose courses that best align with your career goals and passions: 

  • Constitutional Law
  • Corporate & Commercial Law 
  • Criminal Justice
  • Environmental Law
  • Human Rights Law
  • International Law
  • IT & Media Law 
  • Law & Economics 
  • Law & Health
  • Law Teaching
  • Legal History
  • Public Interest Law 

Read on for Yale Law class profile data.

Yale Law School Acceptance Rate, GPA, and LSAT Scores

With the lowest acceptance rate on this list, Yale only admits around 5.7% of its applicants. The GPA and LSAT score percentiles of first-year JD students are:

25th Percentile Median 75th Percentile
GPA 3.87 3.94 3.99
LSAT 171 175 178

If you love the idea of small class sizes, teaching assistant opportunities, and the chance to publish your own research, Yale Law School will make an excellent addition to your list. 

3. University of Chicago

Chicago, IL

The University of Chicago Law School claims the No. 3 spot in the T14 law school ranking. UChicago Law’s educational mission is to “train well-rounded, critical, and socially conscious thinkers and doers.” The cornerstones of this mission are: 

  • Life of the mind 
  • Participatory learning 
  • Interdisciplinary inquiry 
  • Education for generalists

You’ll receive interdisciplinary teaching at UChicago Law that blends law education with the humanities, social science, and natural sciences. The school emphasizes participatory learning and not confining students to one viewpoint. 

UChicago Law values exposing students to contrasting perspectives to equip them with the necessary tools to choose and develop their own views. By the time you graduate, you’ll understand law’s interdisciplinary nature, key concepts in substantive law, legal theory, and procedure, and be familiar with the processes of legal reasoning. 

The school uses the Socratic Method to ask questions until a contradiction is introduced, thus proving the fallacy of assumption. The Socratic Method’s purpose is not to intimidate students but to teach them valuable critical thinking skills and to approach law as intellectuals. 

UChicago Law Acceptance Rate, GPA, and LSAT Scores

UChicago Law’s acceptance rate is 14.2%. GPA and LSAT score percentiles demonstrate the school’s selectivity:

25th Percentile Median 75th Percentile
GPA 3.81 3.91 3.97
LSAT 169 173 175

If you’re interested in a more philosophical approach to law and understanding different perspectives, UChicago Law is an excellent choice. 

4. University of Pennsylvania Carey Law School

Pennsylvania river and buildings

Claiming the No. 4 spot in the ranking of best national law schools is UPenn Law (Carey Law School). The school is renowned for its: 

  • Cross-disciplinary curriculum: Students can supplement their legal education by taking graduate-level courses or pursuing certificates or joint degrees at other UPenn schools. 
  • The success of its graduates: UPenn Law graduates pursue work at top law firms, public interest organizations, government, and academic institutions globally. The school’s prestige and vast alumni network ensure plentiful networking opportunities. 
  • Collegial environment: The school has an inclusive, welcoming campus community that supports students as they gain knowledge to lead the future of law. 
  • Commitment to community: UPenn Law is committed to pro bono service in its approach to legal education and community commitment. 

JD.. students can choose from nearly 60 experiential courses to satisfy degree requirements. Students must fulfill requirements including: 

  • Pro bono requirement (70 hours) 
  • Senior research and writing requirement
  • Professional responsibility requirement (course in legal ethics) 

UPenn Law was one of the first schools to require mandatory pro bono work of its students. 

UPenn Law Acceptance Rate, GPA, and LSAT Scores 

UPenn Law has a selective acceptance rate of 9.7%. GPA and LSAT score percentiles from incoming students can help you compare your stats: 

25th Percentile Median 75th Percentile
GPA 3.61 3.9 3.96
LSAT 167 172 173

If you’re a community-oriented person committed to helping others and molding the future of the legal profession, UPenn Law may be for you. 

5. Duke University School of Law

Duke University campus

Duke University School of Law is ranked No. 5 in the T14. The school’s mission is to “prepare students for responsible and productive lives in the legal profession by providing a rigorous legal education within a collaborative, supportive, and diverse environment.” 

Areas of focus at Duke Law include: 

  • Constitutional Law and Civil Rights 
  • Corporate and Financial Law 
  • Criminal Law and Policy 
  • Environmental Law and Policy 
  • Health Law and Policy 
  • International Law and Human Rights
  • Technology, Science, and Innovation
  • Legal Theory and Critical Legal Studies
  • Litigation and the Courts

JD students are encouraged to follow their passions at Duke Law to create their own adventures in the broad study of law. Duke Law has numerous options, whether you’re interested in incorporating pro bono work into your practice, pursuing a dual degree, or pursuing clinics or externships.

Duke Law Acceptance Rate, GPA, and LSAT Scores

Duke Law’s acceptance rate is 10.7%. GPAs and test score data from incoming students show: 

25th Percentile Median 75th Percentile
GPA 3.73 3.85 3.94
LSAT 168 170 171

Since Duke Law is a T14 law school year after year, it’s an excellent option for future lawyers. 

6. Harvard Law School

Harvard University campus

Harvard Law School (HLS) is tied with Duke Law as the No. 5 T14 law school. The school was founded in 1817 and is the oldest operative law school in the US, with the most extensive academic law library in the world. 

Within Harvard Law’s JD program, first-year students take courses in: 

  • Civil procedure 
  • Constitutional law 
  • Criminal law 
  • Contracts 
  • Legislation and regulation 
  • Property 
  • Torts 

These courses help provide the foundational knowledge you need to succeed in HLS’ rigorous program. First-year classes are divided into seven subsections containing 80 students each, with a faculty member acting as a leader for each respective section to provide extra support and guidance. 

Since Harvard Law offers more courses than any other law school globally, selecting elective courses can be intimidating. Harvard encourages students to pursue their passions and consider how different opportunities can supplement their learning. 

Harvard Law’s faculty developed “programs of study” to guide you through your three-year journey. Harvard Law’s current offerings include: 

  • Criminal Law and Policy
  • International and Comparative Law
  • Law and Business
  • Law and Government
  • Law and History
  • Law and Social Change
  • Law, Science, and Technology

No sign-up is required, and you’re free to explore the programs as they relate to your passions.

Harvard Law Acceptance Rate, GPA, and LSAT/GRE Scores 

HLS receives thousands of applications each year, but only admits around 10.1% of them. Regarding academic percentiles, HLS released data on enrolled students’ GPAs, LSAT scores, and GRE scores.

25th Percentile Median 75th Percentile
GPA 3.82 3.92 3.98
LSAT 170 174 176
GRE Verbal 165 167 168
GRE Quantitative 161 165 167
GRE Writing 5 5.5 5.5

If you’d consider yourself a bit of a bookworm who loves boundless course offerings, Harvard Law School is a stellar addition to your school list. 

7. NYU School of Law

Male NYU student wearing cap and gown outside radio city music hall

The final fifth top law school is NYU School of Law. NYU Law considers itself “an intellectual powerhouse” with: 

  • More than 100 faculty members 
  • 300 courses 
  • More than 30 centers
  • Over 80 student groups 

NYU Law emphasizes its commitment to public service, offering to fund 1L and 2L students working in government or nonprofit organizations. The school also offers more than 40 clinics. 

The school is a leader in international law, so you can count on programs like the Hauser Global Law School Program and Guarini Institute for Global Legal Studies to help you gain a global understanding through a legal lens. If studying abroad is your style, you can go to Buenos Aires or Paris through NYU. 

NYU Law offers 16 specializations, including: 

  • Antitrust, Intellectual Property, & Information
  • Cities & Land Use
  • Constitutional, Civil Rights, & Democracy
  • Corporate & Commercial
  • Criminal Justice
  • Environmental
  • Family, Gender, & Sexuality
  • Global & International
  • Human Rights
  • Immigration
  • Labor & Employment
  • Law and Security
  • Legal Theory, History, & the Social Sciences
  • Litigation & Procedure
  • Regulation & Public Policy
  • Taxation

These programs are designed to create close-knit communities and offer research opportunities to work directly with faculty members. 

NYU Law Acceptance Rate, GPA, and LSAT Scores 

NYU only admits around 15.7% of its JD applicants. GPA and LSAT score percentiles of these admitted students are as follows: 

25th Percentile Median 75th Percentile
GPA 3.72 3.88 3.94
LSAT 169 172 174

Students interested in global education or study-abroad opportunities may want to add NYU Law to their lists.

8. Columbia Law School 

Columbia Law School campus

Ranked as the country’s No. 8 law school, Columbia Law School’s position in the T14 law schools shows its prestige and quality. Columbia Law is renowned for its: 

  • Distinguished faculty: Internationally recognized experts challenge students to interact with and understand social, political, and legal issues to find answers to real-world problems. 
  • Innovative curriculum: Columbia Law’s curriculum is vast and innovative. New courses, interdisciplinary study opportunities, and mold-breaking faculty aim to change how students view the law and the world. 
  • Tight-knit community: A sense of camaraderie and student activities foster a collaborative community spirit. 
  • Experiential learning: Learning through doing (including required pro bono service) is central to the Columbia Law experience. Hand-on experience in clinics, externships, and moot courts means working with real clients and cases. 

Fourteen study areas at Columbia Law prepare you for whatever career direction you plan to pursue: 

  • Constitutional Law, Regulation, and Public Policy
  • Corporate, Business, and Transactional Law
  • Criminal Justice
  • Data Analytics
  • Environment and Energy
  • Family, Gender, and Sexuality
  • Intellectual Property and Technology
  • International and Comparative Law
  • Law of the Workplace
  • Leadership
  • Legal History
  • Litigation and Dispute Resolution
  • National Security and Privacy
  • Social Justice and Human Rights

Students can explore courses in various study areas to gain a truly comprehensive legal education. 

Columbia Law Acceptance Rate, GPA, and LSAT Scores

As a prestigious law school, Columbia has a low acceptance rate just under 12%. Regarding GPA and LSAT score percentiles, data shows: 

25th Percentile Median 75th Percentile
GPA 3.78 3.87 3.95
LSAT 171 173 175

Columbia Law School is an excellent choice if you’re looking for a hands-on learning experience and an interdisciplinary approach to legal education. 

9. University of Virginia School of Law 

University of Virginia campus

The University of Virginia (UVA) School of Law is the country’s No. 8 law school. UVA Law was founded in 1819 by Thomas Jefferson, making it the second-oldest law school still operating. 

JD students complete core courses in their first year before choosing from varied learning options, including: 

  • Intensive short courses 
  • Seminars and advanced theory courses 
  • Hands-on courses like clinics, trial advocacy, and public speaking 
  • Study abroad programs 
  • Dual degree programs 
  • Externships
  • Independent or directed research projects

You can choose from more than 250 courses/seminars each year at UVA Law. Although you don’t necessarily have to choose one, there are 18 concentrations you can choose from, such as: 

  • Business Organization and Finance
  • Commercial Law
  • Communications and Media Law
  • Constitutional Law
  • Criminal Justice
  • Employment and Labor Law
  • Environmental and Land Use Law
  • Family Law
  • Health Law
  • And more 

The full list of concentrations also shows specific course names and codes you can use to complete a concentration; the possibilities are practically endless. 

UVA Law Acceptance Rate, GPA, and LSAT Scores 

In a recent application cycle, UVA admitted almost 13% of its applicants. GPA and LSAT score percentiles of these applicants are as follows: 

25th Percentile Median 75th Percentile
GPA 3.69 3.94 3.99
LSAT 166 171 173

UVA Law may be right for you if you appreciate various instruction methods. 

10. Northwestern Pritzker School of Law 

The Bean in Chicago

Northwestern Pritzker School of Law takes the No. 10 spot in the T14. Northwestern Law is well-known for its interdisciplinary and social justice research and teaching. The school boasts: 

  • The most interdisciplinary research faculty in the country, with over 50% holding PhDs 
  • The third-lowest student-to-faculty ratio among top law schools
  • Joint degrees at the intersection of law, business, and technology
  • Mentoring programs for students from underrepresented groups

Northwestern Law offers more than just a standard three-year JD program. Other programs include:

  • JD-MBA 
  • JD-PhD
  • JD-LLM in Taxation
  • JD-LLM in International Human Rights
  • International Dual Degrees (for students who want international experience or want to work in another country post-graduation) 
  • Two-Year JD for International Lawyers

JD students can begin taking electives as early as their first year: the second and third years of the program are almost completely open to fill with whatever courses you want to take. 

Northwestern Law Acceptance Rate, GPA, and LSAT Scores 

With an acceptance rate of 15%, Northwestern has high expectations of its students. Just take a look at their GPA and LSAT percentiles: 

25th Percentile Median 75th Percentile
GPA 3.63 3.89 3.95
LSAT 166 171 172

Northwestern Law is an excellent choice if your dream is to work abroad or if you want a higher level of freedom in course selection. 

11. UC Berkeley School of Law

UC Berkeley Campus

Berkeley Law claims the No. 10 for best national law schools. At the core of Berkeley Law’s mission is: 

  • Teaching: Students are taught first-class legal theory, doctrine and practice, and exposed to the “political, social and economic forces that shape the law.” 
  • Research: Berkeley Law supports faculty who are leaders in particular fields of scholarly inquiry while engaging students in challenging coursework. 
  • Service: The school aims to educate future leaders equipped to tackle real-world problems at the state, national, and global levels. 

The school’s public mission is to offer accessible, affordable education for all students. 

Berkeley Law’s JD program’s distinctive quality is its focus on the real world. Through clinics and other hands-on opportunities, students gain the legal and public policy knowledge they need to succeed. 

Learning at UC Berkeley is student-centered, thanks to student-run clinics, journals, and labs where they can collaborate with “some of the most innovative thinkers in the legal profession.” Potential study areas at Berkeley Law include: 

  • Social Justice and Public Interest 
  • Business and Start-ups
  • Law and Technology 
  • Environmental Law 
  • Criminal Justice
  • International and Comparative Law
  • Constitutional and Regulatory 
  • Law Economics 

The Business and Start-Ups study area is particularly interesting and useful for future lawyers looking to make their marks in the Bay Area. 

Berkeley Law Acceptance Rate, GPA, and LSAT Scores 

UC Berkeley has an acceptance rate of 12.5%. The incoming class reported the following GPA and LSAT score percentiles: 

25th Percentile Median 75th Percentile
GPA 3.74 3.83 3.9
LSAT 167 170 172

UC Berkeley is an excellent option if you want to work in the Bay Area or if its offerings  align with your passions. 

12. University of Michigan Law School 

University of Michigan

The University of Michigan Law School in Ann Arbor has operated for over 150 years and claims the No.10 spot among the top 14 law schools. UMichigan Law is well known for its commitment to collaboration and cooperation amongst its students, and the campus’ stunning physical beauty. 

UMichigan Law has grouped all of its offerings into 22 interest areas, including: 

  • Administrative Law 
  • Children and the Law 
  • Civil Rights 
  • Criminal Law 
  • Detroit 
  • Human Rights 
  • Labor and Employment Law 
  • Legal Ethics and Professional Responsibility 
  • Legal Writing and Research 
  • Tax Law 

What sticks out most from this list is the Detroit interest area. Students can participate in clinics such as the Michigan Innocence Clinic, Detroit Neighborhood Entrepreneurs Project, and the Pro Bono Program.

UMichigan Law’s approach to instruction is blended; doctrinal and experiential teaching provides the tools you need to holistically evaluate complex legal issues.

UMichigan Law Acceptance Rate, GPA, and LSAT Scores 

UMichigan Law’s acceptance rate is 13.5%. These are the GPA and LSAT score percentiles of enrolling students: 

25th Percentile Median 75th Percentile
GPA 3.59 3.83 3.92
LSAT 166 171 172

If you’re particularly interested in Detroit or want to be a part of a tight-knit community on a beautiful campus, UMichigan Law may be a great choice.

13. Cornell Law School

Cornell University Campus

Yet another Ivy League addition, Cornell Law School claims the No. 13 spot. Cornell claims it's a “little different” than other law schools. With only approximately 600 JD students in total, Cornell Law is a tight-knit community that thinks of itself as “serious, but not stuffy. Elite, but not elitist.” 

Cornell Law students show an incredibly collaborative spirit between students and faculty. The career outcomes for Cornell Law graduates speak for themselves: Cornell ranks fifth in job placement among all law schools.

The school offers more than 170 courses through its JD program, small classes, and more than 20 clinics and practicum courses. You can pursue a concentration in one of seven areas: 

  • Advocacy 
  • General Practice 
  • Business Law and Regulation 
  • Law, Inequity and Structural Exclusion
  • Conflict Resolution 
  • Public Law 
  • Technology and Law 

These concentrations and their respective classes are meant to encourage you to spend your final year exploring a particular area. 

Cornell Law Acceptance Rate, GPA, and LSAT Scores

A snapshot of the Cornell admissions profile shows the school accepted 17.4% of its applicants. GPA and LSAT percentiles from incoming students are as follows:

25th Percentile Median 75th Percentile
GPA 3.76 3.87 3.94
LSAT 170 172 174

If you’re passionate about advocacy, or want to ensure you’re set for the career of your choice post-graduation, Cornell Law may be right for you. 

14. University of California - Los Angeles

UCLA campus

UCLA is the final school on this list of the top 14 law institutions. It offers 18 study areas, including: 

  • Law & Economics
  • Environmental Law 
  • Technology & The Law
  • Health Law
  • Immigration Law
  • International Law 
  • Criminal Justice
  • Indian Law
  • Business & Tax Law
  • Public Interest Law & Policy
  • Intellectual Property Law
  • Constitutional & Public Law
  • Human Rights Law
  • Critical Race Studies
  • Law & Philosophy
  • Law & Sexuality
  • Trial Advocacy
  • Entertainment Law

UCLA promises its students an unparalleled legal education and an immersive and inventive approach to learning. Their approach ensures that students are intellectually challenged and personally fulfilled! 

UCLA Acceptance Rate, GPA, and LSAT Scores

UCLA admits around 15.5% of its applicants each year. GPA and LSAT score percentiles of full-time enrolling students are: 

25th Percentile Median 75th Percentile
GPA 3.66 3.9 3.97
LSAT 166 171 172

If you’re striving to become an excellent attorney working in the heart of California, UCLA will be perfect for you!

How to Get Into a T14 Law School

Keeping the three G’s in mind is how to get into a T14 law school! Here’s what we mean:

  • Get Good Grades: Your undergraduate GPA plays a significant role in the admissions process. It’s essential you maintain a high GPA throughout your degree since most T14 schools have GPA medians close to 4.0. Strive for excellence in all of your coursework.
  • Get the Perfect Score: The LSAT is considered to be the most accurate predictor of your potential to succeed in law school. Score at or above your school’s median to be considered a competitive applicant (this often means scoring higher than a 170!)
  • Go Above and Beyond: As important as your scores are, they are only part of your story. You’ll be up against applicants with the same scores, so you must wow the committee in other ways such as intriguing academic projects, stellar essays, compelling letters of recommendation, and valuable extracurriculars.

Getting into a top law school requires a combination of academic excellence, a strong LSAT score, a well-rounded application, and a genuine passion for the field of law. It isn’t simply about proving you can ace your LSAT or get straight A’s in your undergrad. 

These schools want you to prove you’ll make an excellent addition to their school and are well-worth the world-class resources they can offer you! 

Ensure you do your research and tailor your application to each school you apply to, showcase your unique strengths, and be prepared to demonstrate why you belong at one of these prestigious institutions! The application process will be long and arduous, but it’ll be well worth it when your acceptance letters start rolling in!

To help you create your list of best-fit choices, here’s a quick overview of each of the top 14 school’s LSAT scores, GPA, ranking, and other important information! 

School Ranking GPA LSAT Acceptance Rate
Stanford Law 1 3.92 173 6.9%
Yale Law 1 3.94 175 5.7%
University of Chicago Law 3 3.91 173 14.2%
UPenn Law 4 3.9 172 9.7%
Duke Law 5 3.85 170 10.7%
Harvard Law 5 3.92 174 10.1%
NYU Law 5 3.88 172 15.7%

School Ranking GPA LSAT Acceptance Rate
Columbia Law 8 3.87 173 11.9%
UVA Law 8 3.94 171 12.9%
Northwestern Law 10 3.89 171 15%
UC Berkeley Law 10 3.83 170 12.5%
University of Michigan 10 3.83 171 13.5%
Cornell Law 13 3.87 172 17.4%
UCLA Law 14 3.9 171 15.5%

If you’re curious to know more about your chances of getting into the T14 law schools, give our quiz a try! You’ll get a comprehensive analysis of your applicant profile to determine your likelihood of getting accepted to law school.

T14 Law Schools FAQs 

Now that you know what the T14 law schools are, we’ll answer any other burning questions you may have. 

1. What LSAT Score Is Needed for T14?

Given the LSAT data above, an LSAT score of 170 of higher will make you a competitive candidate at the top 14 law schools.

2. Is UT Austin a T14 School? 

The short answer is sometimes. UT Austin is ranked as the No.17 law school, but it occasionally claims a top 14 spot. 

3.How Hard Is It to Get Into the T14? 

The acceptance rate at every top 14 law school is below 16%. Given the data, it’s hard to get into a T14 law school in general, especially if the acceptance rate is a single digit. 

4. Do You Need to Go to a T14 School for Success? 

Not necessarily, but many applicants apply to the T14 law schools due to their prestige and resources. Many other top law schools can provide the tools you need for success, but the T14 schools are great options. 

5. What Does T14 Mean? 

T14 means “top 14,” just shortened to be more colloquial. 

6. Is Attending a T14 Law School Worth It?

Attending a T14 law school is worth it if the curriculum and offerings align with your professional and personal goals. Enrolling at any law school is a sizable commitment. 

Are You Headed for the T14?

What are the T14 law schools? They could be your window of opportunity to pursue the best legal education available and get you one step closer to your dream career. Achieving a high GPA and LSAT scores and perfecting your law school applications can help you get accepted at a T14 school. Good luck! 

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