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Law School Spotlight: University of Colorado Law School



The PowerScore Law School Spotlight gives you a snapshot of a different law school each week. For more information about each profiled institution, be sure to check out the school's website.

University of Colorado Law School is today's Law School Spotlight. From LSAC's Official Guide to ABA-Approved Law Schools:

Colorado Law, established in 1892, is located on the Boulder campus of the University of Colorado and lies at the foot of the Rocky Mountains. High admission standards, a relatively small student body, and a favorable faculty-to-student ratio assure a stimulating and challenging academic environment that encourages class participation and interaction with faculty. The school is a charter member of the AALS and is ABA approved.

University Colorado Law Library, Boulder, CO

Type of school: Public

Setting: Suburban

Size: 546 (2011)

Incoming class size: 180 (2011)

Student-to-faculty ratio: 10.8 to 1

Acceptance percentage: 27.3% (794 of 2,906 admitted)

Tuition and fees: $28,915 (resident), $35,773 (non-resident)

Cost of living (single student): $17,236 (living on campus), $14,919 (living off-campus), $10,602 (living at home)

 Address: Office of Admissions, UCB 403, Wolf Law Building, Boulder, CO 80309-0403
Phone: 303.492.7203
Twitter accounts: @ColoLaw
Facebook: University of Colorado Law School Alumni, University of Colorado Law School CDO
Blog: None

All information (except for social networking and blog information) was gathered from the school's profile on the Law School Admission Council's Official Guide to ABA-Approved Law Schools and the school's website. Please consult the school's website and Office of Admissions with questions regarding this information. 

To see other schools in the Law School Spotlight series, click here.


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