FSU Law Welcomes New Students

Press Date
September 4, 2020

Professor David Landau teaching a socially-distanced
1L class on the first day of the semester

The fall 2020 semester began on August 24 and while classes look different this fall semester, the FSU Law community was no less excited to welcome its newest students. The 1L class of 166 students is extremely impressive! Collectively, they have a median undergraduate GPA of 3.73 and a median LSAT of 161—a point higher than last year’s class. For the third year in a row, the incoming 1L class has broken the record for percentage of female students in the class (58%). Thirty-three percent of the 1Ls identify as diverse and students range in age from 20-43. They represent 56 undergraduate schools and 42 undergraduate majors, and hail from 17 states. They have a combined 648 years of work experience. FSU Law also welcomed 18 new LL.M. students and 187 new J.M. students to the community.

Published on September 4, 2020