Among 195 ranked law schools surveyed annually by U.S. News, 191 reported the average indebtedness of graduating students in 2011, the most recent figures available. Overall, law students graduated with an average of $100,433 in debt, though at some of the schools with the most heavily debt-laden students, graduates faced an average debt of more than $50,000 higher.
Graduates of the California Western School of Law graduated in 2011 with an average indebtedness of $153,145—a reported figure higher than any other law school in the country. In comparison, graduates of Georgia State University entered the field with an average debt of $19,971—the lowest average debt load in the country among law schools…
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