Many applicants are interested in knowing the LSAT scores and GPAs of law school applicants from Brown and more broadly. As always, students interested in law school should remember that the quantitative part of law school applications is a useful tool for assessing likelihood of admission, but statistics are far from being the sole or even most important determinant of acceptance. Every year we see students with below median LSAT scores and GPAs accepted to highly selective law schools – and we get objective proof that perfect scores and GPAs do not ensure acceptance. Use this information judiciously.
On this page you can find information about application and acceptance rates for all law schools for the past several years.
In addition, linked below is data on the median highest LSAT and median GPA for Brown students who were accepted to law school from the past several years, and for schools at which at least five Brown students were accepted.
Brown students and alumni can access Law School Application Data here.
Admissions Statistics from LSAC.org
|APPLICATION FACTORS||Academic Year 2018||Academic Year 2019||Academic Year 2020||Academic Year 2021||Academic Year 2022|
|Number of Applicants from Brown (students and alumni)||157||131||175||182||130|
|Number of All National Applicants||60,770||62,434||63,381||71,112||62,545|
|Number Admitted from Brown (students and alumni)||137||109||149||148||112|
|Admission Rate for Applicants from Brown (students and alumni)||87%||83%||85%||81%||86%|
|Admission Rate of All National Applicants||72%||70%||70%||68%||70%|
|Average Number of Applications per Brown Applicant||9.2||8.4||8.7||9.4||9.0|
|Average Number of Acceptances Per Brown Applicant||4.1||2.9||3.7||2.8||2.7|