"I was happily surprised to learn that LSU Law embraced the ideals of southern hospitality. It is a very friendly environment where students, faculty, and staff are eager to assist each other. This attitude of concern and hospitality for others has made the LSU Law Center experience one that I will remember fondly."(more)
The LSU Law Center ranks 11th in the nation in the percentage of 2011 graduates employed in full-time, long-term legal jobs within nine months of graduation, according to an analysis published on June 25, 2012, by the Wall Street Journal.
The MPRE is administered three times per year, and is required for admission to the bars of 46 states. It is a 60-question, multiple-choice exam. Louisiana requires a minimum score of 80; other states’ MPRE requirements vary. Please click here for more information about the MPRE and how to register.