Profile - Class of 2025


Applications received: 2,049
Total number of offers: 669
Class size: 125
Median LSAT: 164
Median GPA: 3.66
Percentage of students IDing as members of a racial or ethnic minority: 26% of the incoming class.
Percentage of students IDing as domestic students of color: 25%
Percentage of women: 47%
Percentage of first generation college graduates: 12%
Percentage of students IDing as LGBTQ+: 17%
Age range: 21 - 50
Average age: 25
Percentage of students with one or more years of experience since graduating: 72%
Percentage of students IDing as Pell grant eligible while in college: 21%
Percentage of students IDing as first in their families to attend law school: 65%

Geographic Information
Twenty eight states, the District of Columbia and eight countries (Bolivia, Canada, China, Costa Rica, Italy, Pakistan, Slovakia, and the United Kingdom) are represented in the incoming class. States with six or more students:

California - 6
Florida - 8
New Jersey - 6
New York - 12
Pennsylvania - 7
Texas - 11
Virginia - 24

*19% of the incoming students are from Virginia.

Undergraduate Education
Members of the Class of 2025 earned undergraduate degrees from 80 different institutions. Schools with four or more students:

College of William and Mary - 5
New York University - 5
University of North Carolina - 4
University of Texas at Austin - 4
University of Virginia - 8
Virginia Tech - 4
W&L - 6

Undergraduate Majors
Members of the Class of 2025 majored in a variety of subjects during their respective undergraduate years. Majors with seven or more students:

Economics - 11
English - 11
History - 7
Psychology - 7
Political Science - 26

Hobbies and Interests
The 125 students of the Class of 2025 have a wide variety of background and interests. Three are members of Phi Beta Kappa, one is a Peace Corps alum and three are Teach for America alumni. Seven have military service experience. Many of the members of the Class of 2025 are musicians or singers. Eight students are Eagle Scouts. Twenty students already hold graduate degrees prior to enrollment in law school. Students competed at the collegiate level in many sports, including cheerleading, cross country, field hockey, football, lacrosse, rowing, sailing, softball, squash, tennis, and track and field.

47% of the incoming students either completed a legal internship or have other law-related work experience, and 29% have experience with a political campaign. Others studied or worked abroad; consistent with this international orientation, members of the Class of 2025 are proficient in a variety of languages including American Sign Language, Ancient Hebrew, Arabic, French, German, Italian, Japanese, Korean, Latin, Mandarin Chinese, Portuguese, Punjabi, Slovak, Spanish, Tagalog, and Urdu. Among their other skills, interests and life experiences are hiking, ceramic sculpture, belly dancing, creating anime content, marching band, golf, vegetarian cooking, rock climbing, and sculpting.  The class includes a yoga instructor, an EMT, two lifeguards, a former radio show host, a photographer, and a jiu jitsu specialist.

*All numbers are accurate as of August 23, 2022. Final official numbers will be confirmed on October 5.