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Northern Illinois University College of Law

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Northern Illinois University College of Law
Parent school Northern Illinois University
Established 1978
School type Public
Dean Jennifer L. Rosato
Location DeKalb, IL, US
Enrollment 321 (full time)
11 (part time)
Faculty 15 (full time)
10 (part time)
(See List)
Bar pass rate 79.73%
LSAT 75th% 155
Median LSAT 153
LSAT 25th% 150
Undergrad. GPA 75th% 3.55
Median Undergrad. GPA 3.28
Undergrad. GPA 25th% 3.04
Annual tuition (subsidized) $17,268
Annual tuition (unsubsidized) $30,960
Basis for tuition subsidy State residency
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ABA profile link
Outlines 3 (See List)


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Northern Illinois University College of Law is a law school in DeKalb, Illinois. The College offers the Juris Doctor degree in both full-time (three year) and part-time programs.

The College was originally Lewis University College of Law in Glen Ellyn, Illinois, founded in 1975. It became part of Northern Illinois University in August of 1979, and moved to the DeKalb campus, taking up residence in Swen Parson Hall.

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