ABA Required Disclosures

In compliance with ABA Standard 509, Brooklyn Law School’s website provides all required consumer information regarding employment statistics, merit scholarship retention, bar passage rates, entering class and enrollment data, curricular offerings, and other details.

2018 Entering Class Statistics

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All 2-Year 3-Year 4-Year

Applied
Admitted
Enrolled

3,642
1,727
360

112
61
26

3,193
1,575
308

337
91
26


Men/Women
41% / 59%

     

Students of color
28%


 

States of permanent residence
(including District of Columbia & U.S.Territories)
30


 


Foreign countries of residence
7




Age
2-Year median
3-Year median
4-Year median
Oldest/Youngest




25
24
28
42/20


     

Colleges and universities represented
179






Academic majors represented
62





Advanced degrees
9%


 


Interval between college and law school
Less than 1 year
1-5 years
6 or more years



26%
62%
13%


LSAT / GPA All 2-Year 3-Year 4-Year

75% LSAT
Median LSAT
25% LSAT

75% GPA
Median GPA
25% GPA

159
157
155

3.58
3.39
3.20

159
157
154

3.59
3.43
3.27

159
157
155

3.57
3.39
3.21

160
157
154

3.65
3.28
3.13

Conditional Scholarship Data ABA 509(b)(3)

Merit Scholarship Retention Data

Students Matriculating In # Entering with Conditional Scholarships # Whose Conditional
Scholarships Have Since Been Reduced or Eliminated
2017-2018:   369 338 65
2016-2017:   350 328 63
2015-2016:   400 311 48

Bar Passage Rates

New York State Bar Exam Pass Rates for First-Time Test Takers

Year BLSA All Graduates of ABA-Approved Schools
July 2018  72.3%  83.0%
July 2017   78.6%   86.0%
July 2016   83.0%   81.0%
July 2015   81.0%   79.0%
July 2014   84.5%   82.7%
July 2013   93.7%   86.1%
July 2012          85.7%   83.3%
July 2011   89.1%     86.1% 
July 2010   89.7%   85.6%
July 2009   89.5%  88.3%
July 2008   92.0%   90.5%

2018 Total J.D. Enrollment

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Full-Time Students Total Students % Student Body

Accelerated 2-Year
Standard 3-Year
Total

Part-Time Students
Extended 4-Year 

38
886
924


109

4%
86%
90%


10%

Men

470 

45% 

Women

563

55% 

Students of Color

344

32%