ABA Required Disclosures

The following information and links are provided in accordance with the ABA Standard 509.

2018 ABA Standard 509 Information Report - updated (pdf)
2019 ABA Bar Passage Report (pdf)
2018 Employment Summary Report (pdf)

The following student learning outcomes document is provided in accordance with the ABA Standard 301.

Student Learning Outcomes (pdf)

Academics

Curricular Offerings
Academic Calendar
Academic Requirements
Transfer Credit Policy

Admission & Enrollment Data

For the class entering Fall 2018:

Class Size: 79
Median LSAT: 155
Median GPA: 3.37

Full Admission Data

Costs, Aid & Scholarships

For the 2018-2019 academic year:

Resident Tuition & Fees (30 cr): $13,176.94
Non-resident Tuition & Fees (30 cr): $32,435.74
Books (estimated): $800.00
Living Expenses (estimated): $12,480.00
Transportation (estimated): $1,400.00

Complete Financial Information including Refund Policies

Employment Outcomes & Bar Passage

For the class of 2018:

69 Graduates
58 Employed as of March 15, 2019
5 Enrolled in Full-Time Graduate Degree Programs
57 in Bar Required or JD Advantage positions
21 in State and Federal Clerkships

First Time Montana Bar Passage:

2018 - 82.46%
2017 - 84.15%
2016 - 79.45%

Complete Employment & Bar Passage Data

Other Consumer Information

For other consumer information including attrition and graduation rates, faculty and administrators, library resources, and facilities, please refer to the 2018 ABA Standard 509 Information Report (updated).

Qualifications for Admission to the Bar

In addition to a bar examination, there are character, fitness, and other qualifications for admission to the bar in every U.S. jurisdiction.  Applicants are encouraged to determine the requirements for any jurisdiction in which they intend to seek admission by contacting the jurisdiction.  Addresses for all relevant agencies are available through the National Conference of Bar Examiners.