Generally speaking, the nation’s priciest law schools tend to also be feeders into those well-paying Big Law associate jobs. Case in point: Columbia Law School and New York University School of Law have the two highest tuition sticker prices in the country, and they land in the top three for sending the highest percentage of 2019 graduates to large firms. But high tuition and Big Law jobs don’t always go hand-in-hand. We’ve ranked our 50 Go-To Law Schools based on their tuition, which highlights some relatively low-cost law schools that offer some Big Law bang for the buck. (Think: The University of Texas School of Law and Howard University School of Law.) For the entire 2020 Go-To Law Schools report, click here.


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