“You get what you pay for” is the old adage, but there are bargains, even when it comes to getting a law school education. And while more than $25,000 a year in tuition and fees still might seem like a lot of money to most people, it’s a relative steal when weighed against the almighty U.S. News & World Report rankings.

We’ve mashed together the latest nonresident tuition and fees data from the American Bar Association (which law schools provide to it) with the U.S. News numbers to present the 20 cheapest law schools ranked in the U.S. News top 100.

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