The Belmont College of Law Class of 2025 achieved the highest credentials for the LSAT. The first-year class matriculated this semester with a median LSAT of 160 and median undergraduate GPA of 3.7.
“This entering class continues our practice of attracting bright, dedicated and curious individuals to study law and serve others in the best tradition of the legal profession,” said Alberto Gonzales, Belmont College of Law Dean. “It is my hope that each will be successful in achieving their dreams, and that all will assume their place as responsible members of society.”
Nearly 19% of the entering class are from underrepresented populations and 61% identify as female. The 1L class is comprised of students from 71 different universities and colleges, with 52% of students coming from out-of-state.
“We’re so proud of our student body. They bring a wonderful array of experiences to us, and we know they will graduate and do great things within the legal community,” Andrea Harris, Director of Belmont College of Law Recruiting and Admissions said.
The highly selective program accepts 39% of all applicants. Early Decision applications closed Dec. 1 but regular decision applications are open until May 1. Learn more about the application process on the College of Law website.