Offers of Admission for Fall 2012
A numerical representation of the pool of applicants seeking admission in Fall 2012 by GPA and LSAT is included in the "How to Apply" section of the current Law School Catalog. Prospective applicants can use the grid to obtain a very broad indication of how applicants with similar statistics fared in the most recently completed admission process. It must always be remembered that the law school looks beyond numbers to make individualized assessments of each candidate. Many successful applicants present LSAT scores and/or GPAs below the law school's historical medians.
Student Body 2012-2013
Total Enrollment: 572
Percentage Male 53% and Female 47%
Percentage Students of Color: 44%
The UC Davis School of Law's class entering in Fall 2008 had an initial enrollment of 200. Of that initial enrollment, 92 percent enrolled the third semester. 88% graduated in May 2011, 3% anticipate graduation December 2011, and 1% will graduate in May 2012. The average over the past five years has been 94 percent enrolled in the third semester and 95 percent continued through graduation. Students do not continue their enrollments for a variety of personal and professional reasons. Academic disqualifications are extremely rare.
The UC Davis bar passage rate for first-time examinees on the July 2012 California Bar Examination was 78.9%. The overall pass rate including other states' exams was 80%.