Data analytics from a recent Social Finance study reveals the top 10 law schools with the WORST return on investment. I hope your law school didn’t make the list.
Top 10 Law Schools With The Worst Return On Investment
According to Sofi’s analytics, these 10 law schools have the worst bang for the buck!
|Law School||Average Salary||Average Debt||Salary To Debt|
|Florida Coastal School of Law||$84,664||$158,427||0.5x|
|Charlotte School of Law||$84,285||$154,802||0.5x|
|Saint Thomas University||$96,357||$175,975||0.5x|
|Appalachian School of Law||$84,366||$143,724||0.6x|
|Thomas Jefferson School of Law||$101,173||$169,951||0.6x|
|Roger Williams University School of Law||$94,557||$157,494||0.6x|
|Texas A&M University||$90,665||$149,042||0.6x|
|Arizona Summit School of Law||$96,115||$155,697||0.6x|
The salary to debt ratio at these law schools is highly concerning, to say the least. Query whether the ABA should even allow these law schools to operate. But I digress.
If you attend one of these law schools, you’ll more than likely be saddled with a huge debt burden that will be almost impossible to pay off in a reasonable period of time. Imagine the prospect of practicing law for 30 years and still having student loan debt. Not a pretty picture.
Here’s my advice to any student who attends one of these law schools: work your butt off to get the highest possible grades during 1L and transfer. Have a question about transferring law schools? Post a comment in the Transfer Q&A and I’ll get back to you!
P.S. Now that you’ve seen the top 10 law schools with the worst return on investment, check out the Top 10 Law Schools With The Best Return on Investment.