Top 4 Real Estate Law Schools According to Class

Figuring out which college to go to after high school is tough enough, but what about after graduating a four year college and continuing onto finding a Law School; this is the reality of the 109,354 people who sat for the LSAT exam during the fall 2017 admissions cycle. Of those who apply, many specifically focus on applying and attending the top real estate law schools. So to help those candidates out, we took the top ranked Real Estate Schools according to Start Class and put together our top four.

1. University of Michigan

University of Michigan Law Real Estate

The University of Michigan is on the top of our list (ranked 6 on Start Class) with a bar pass rating of 93.7% and an acceptance rate of 23.7%. University of Michigan is the first and in the top ten for First Class because of the amount of different programs offered. There are programs that can be connected with law around the world and there are over 50 extra curriculum activities offered just in case being in Law School isn’t time consuming enough.

2. University of Southern California Gould School of Law

USC School of Law Real Estate

Number 2 on our list (ranked number 7 on Start Class) is University of Southern California Gould School of Law, which has a bar pass rating of 87.2% and an acceptance rating of 30%. The University of So Cal law contains interdisciplinary classes to help teach students the real-life challenges of everyday lawyers. The program offers dual degrees with other academic departments of the school and the school also offers more than five hands on learning clinic that focus on different aspects of law.

3. Columbia University Law

Columbia School of Law Real Estate

Columbia University Law is number 3 on our top real estate law schools (ranked number 12 on Start class). Columbia has a bar pass rating of 92.7% and an acceptance rate of 20.8% which is the lowest of this list but don’t get discouraged because the last on our list has the highest bar pass rating and is ranked number 12 on Start Class. Columbia Law School offers a joint degree program with other schools including Princeton and Harvard. There are programs to help law student’s placement in career based classes and the school has over 30 clinics for exploring different topics: such as global legal transformation. 

4. University of Wisconsin Law School

University of Wisconsin School of Law Real Estate

The University of Wisconsin Law School is number 4 on our list with a bar pass rating of 100% and an acceptance rate of 45.7%. This University takes a “law in action” approach for their law students with offering simulation courses and options of dual degrees. They also have a large clinical program that offers anything from studying abroad and public interest work.

There are always factors that needed to be applied when choosing a school to attend and one of those factors are the quality of the program that you want to focus on once graduated; and if it is Real Estate, consider one of these four schools to apply.