Law

JD Class Profile

Fall 2019 Entering Class Profile*
Fall 2019 Class Stats
Entering Class Size 134
Men 40%
Female 60%
Age Range 19-49
Average Age 24
Minority Students 19%
Total States Represented 22 + Korea - Republic of (South), Venezuela, Germany, Columbia
Total Majors Represented 48
Top Majors Represented Political Science (30), Pyschology (7), English (6), Humanities (6), Journalism (6) Marketing (6) and English (7)
Total UG Colleges Represented 68
Top UG Colleges Represented University of Cincinnati (19), Miami University (14), Ohio State University (9), University of Dayton (7), Xavier University (7), University of Kentucky (5)
Academic Statistics*
Source of Stastic
25th Percentile 50th Percentile 75th Percentile
LSAT 153
157
 159
GPA 3.39
3.64
 3.82
*ABA Certified as of 10/23/19

Many members of the class are the recipients of post-baccalaureate degrees. These include an MBA, master’s degrees in Professional Studies, Public Policy, Music, and Integrated Marketing Communications. One first-year student has both an MS and PhD in chemistry. They are graduates of schools such as Harvard, the London School of Economics & Political Science, Sarah Lawrence College and George Washington University.  

Though many are recent college graduates, some members of the Class of 2022 come to law school after careers in other fields. These positions include a Wyoming rancher, a photographer, an entrepreneur running a coffee shop, a chef, a dancer with the Cincinnati Ballet, a horse trainer with their own business, an inventor with the Procter & Gamble Company, a broadcast news producer, and an interpreter at Korean National Police Agency. Notably, several are veterans, having served in the US Navy and the US Air Force.

The Class of 2022 has big plans. They want to work in the areas of criminal defense or public interest law, pursue a career as a prosecutor for special victim cases, work in sports law or immigration and human rights law, work with the United Nations, defend indigent people, work in the area of climate change policy and/or mitigation, and even serve as an Air Force Judge Advocate General.

The class of 2022 includes students who speak a range of languages, including Somali, Spanish, Arabic, French, Hebrew, Chinese, Turkish, Italian, Urdu, Korean, Japanese, ASL and Mandarin.  They have worked abroad in Singapore, Liverpool, China, London, New Zealand, Colombia, France, Hong Kong, Jordan and Japan.