At a student-centered law school like W&L Law, we are committed to great outcomes for our graduates. We want our students to get great jobs in their preferred location, be prepared to pass the bar exam regardless of where they take it, and to graduate with as little debt as possible.
|At Grad (All Jobs)||47%||64%||53%|
|At 10 Months (JD required/preferred)||75%||82%||84%|
|At 10 Months (All Jobs)||87%||94%||95%|
It is about students, their career objectives, and the strategies they used to get there. Below, you can read how some of our students employed the executive search model of our Career Strategy Office to begin their professional careers.
W&L offers robust programming and other support to help our students prepare for and pass the bar exam. The data shows that our resources and assistance are paying off for our students.
|Washington and Lee Law||87.5%||100%||88.4%|
|State/National Averages||77.8%||83%||coming soon|
|Washington and Lee Law||91.3||92.3%||90.9%|
Charts above include known data for employed students. For more employment data and additional consumer information, visit our ABA Required Disclosures page.
Again, W&L Law made the National Jurist top-20 list of best value law schools. We offer competitive scholarships and a low cost of living, making W&L a great investment for getting your law degree.
More information about tuition, financial aid and cost of living.
In many ways, Lexington is a perfect town for law studies. It may seem off the beaten path at first glance, but its charms, pace of life and easy access to opportunities for job seekers to thrill seekers to peace-and-quiet revelers means it has everything you need at a pace of life that lets you do everything you want.
We provide admitted students with housing in an area hotel during and reimburse up to $500 for travel expenses to attend. Open House Registration is available online here.
Also, browse photos campus happenings on our flickr page.
Complete the form below to request information from our office and to begin the application process.
Washington and Lee University
School of Law
Office of Admissions
Sydney Lewis Hall, Room 490
Lexington, VA 24450-0303