A Long Tradition of Excellence—and an Exciting Future
Founded in 1892, Case Western Reserve University School of Law was one of the first schools accredited by the American Bar Association and was a charter member of the American Association of Law Schools and the Order of the Coif. Case Western Reserve is a member of the prestigious and exclusive Association of American Universities.
But there's more to us than our history; it's our current students who will shape our future. We're incredibly proud of—and excited for—what they will bring to the legal realm.
So who are our students? They're top thinkers and doers who are ready to make a difference in the law field. We encourage you to schedule a visit and meet our outstanding students in person.
But if you're looking for a quick overview of the class as a whole, our 2018 class profile includes:
- 158 first-year JD students
- 53% women
- 27% students of color
- 60% from outside of Ohio
- 112 undergraduate programs represented
- 31 states and 8 foreign countries
- Median LSAT: 159
- Median Undergraduate GPA: 3.46