In August 2015, Colorado Law welcomed its largest class ever, at 205 individuals. This marks a 22 percent increase from last year's incoming class. Applications to Colorado Law increased 10 percent at the same time that law school applications nationwide were down for the fifth year in a row.
With nearly the same number of admitted students as in recent years, more students than ever selected Colorado Law for their legal education. The incoming class has the same median LSAT and a comparable median GPA as incoming classes from previous years.
“Our rising appeal reflects, among other things, our success on the employment front,” said Dean Phil Weiser. “Colorado Law continues to make important strides in its career development efforts, with a higher percentage of graduates from the class of 2014 working at the conclusion of the employment reporting period than any class since 2008.”