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LSAT Testing Center Locations in New York
|LSAT Test Center Location||June 8, 2020||July 13, 2020||August 29, 2020||October 3, 2020||November 14, 2020|
|Albany Law School||yes||No||yes||No||yes|
|SUNY – Albany||yes||No||yes||No||yes|
|SUNY – Buffalo||yes||No||yes||No||yes|
|Medgar Evers College||yes||No||yes||No||yes|
|South Shore High School||yes||No||yes||No||yes|
|C. W. Post – Long Island University||yes||No||yes||No||yes|
|Saint Lawrence University||yes||No||yes||No||yes|
|Touro Law Center||yes||No||yes||No||yes|
|Hobart & William Smith College||yes||No||yes||No||yes|
|City University of New York School of Law||yes||No||yes||No||yes|
|LaGuardia Community College||yes||No||yes||No||yes|
|SUNY – New Paltz||yes||No||yes||No||yes|
|CUNY – City College of New York||yes||No||yes||No||yes|
|Eleanor Roosevelt High School||yes||No||yes||No||yes|
|New York Law School||yes||No||yes||No||yes|
|Pace University – New York City||yes||No||yes||No||yes|
|SUNY – Oneonta||yes||No||yes||No||yes|
|University of Rochester||yes||No||yes||No||yes|
|Saint Bonaventure University||yes||No||yes||No||yes|
|Onondaga Community College||yes||No||yes||No||yes|
|Pace University School of Law||yes||No||yes||No||yes|
Law schools in New York
|Law School||Nat. Rank||Avg. LSAT||Accept. %||Avg. Salary|
|Columbia University Law School||#4||171||21.9%||$160,000|
|New York University School of Law||#6||169||33.1%||$160,000|
|Cornell Law School||#13||167||30.6%||$160,000|
|Fordham University School of Law||#37||163||35.1%||$160,000|
|St. John’s University School of Law||#74||158||40.6%||$80,000|
|Syracuse University College of Law||#86||154||54.6%||$65,000|
|Brooklyn Law School||#97||155||51.6%||$85,000|
|SUNY Buffalo Law School||#100||154||51.7%||$65,000|
|Hofstra University School of Law||#111||153||59.5%||$65,000|
|New York Law School||#111||152||54.7%||$82,000|
|Albany Law School, Union University||#129||151||61.7%||$60,000|
|City University of New York School of Law||#131||152||44.8%||$50,000|
|Pace University School of Law||#136||150||63.3%||$60,000|
|Touro College Law Center||N/A||147||61%||$50,000|
Rank according to U.S. News and World Report
St. John’s Law School
- Average LSAT score of 158.
- The admissions rate is 41%, making it a competitive law school.
- The average GPA is 3.54.
- The average starting salary of graduates is $80,000 in the private sector and $60,000 in the public sector.
- The admissions deadline is April 1.
SUNY Buffalo Law School
- Average LSAT score of 154.
- The admissions rate is 52%, making it a somewhat competitive law school.
- The average GPA is 3.44.
- The average starting salary of graduates is $65,000 in the private sector and $59,414 in the public sector.
- The admissions deadline is March 1.