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University of Washington School of Law
Parent school University of Washington
Established 1899
School type Public
Dean Kellye Y. Testy
Location Seattle, WA, US
Enrollment 550
Faculty 50 (full time)
99 (part time)
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Bar pass rate 87.5%
LSAT 75th% 166
Median LSAT 163
LSAT 25th% 160
Undergrad. GPA 75th% 3.81
Median Undergrad. GPA 3.66
Undergrad. GPA 25th% 3.49
Annual tuition (subsidized) $24,339
Annual tuition (unsubsidized) $37,299
Basis for tuition subsidy State residency
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Outlines 8 (See List)


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The University of Washington School of Law is the law school of the University of Washington. It is generally regarded as the top law school in the Pacific Northwest, as well as one of the top thirty law schools in the United States, as ranked by US News and World Report.[1]

It is located on the northwestern portion of the University of Washington, Seattle campus, in the newly constructed William H. Gates Hall.

It is a fully ABA-accredited law school, first established in 1899.

Degrees and Curriculum

The Law School offers the standard J.D. degree along with LL.M. and Ph.D. degrees.

J.D. students can also choose from one of six specializations. These include a concentration on Asian Law, Dispute Resolution, Environmental Law, Health Law, Intellectual Property, and International and Comparative Law. The Law School also offers the opportunity to undertake a concurrent degree program, for example, a J.D./M.B.A. dual-degree.

Advanced standing students with J.D. degrees can choose from an LL.M. degree in Intellectual Property Law and Policy, Taxation, or Law of Sustainable International Development. An LL.M. degree or Ph.D. degree is also available in Asian and Comparative Law.

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