PROVO – A new report from an independent organization has commended BYU’s law school for its low cost and student debt rates.
A new U.S. News Study showed BYU’s J. Reuben Clark Law School Ranked third in the nation for students graduation with the lowest amount of debt at $58,000.
“I’m not so stressed about money as I’m trying to study for the bar,”BYU law alum Joy Starr said. “I know it is something I can manage to pay because I didn’t go so far in debt as I could if I went to a different school”.
BYU was the only private university listed of the ten law schools, and was only beat out by the University of South Dakota and Rutgers in terms of lowest student debt.
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