University of Michigan Law School
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#10 – Overall Law School Rank by LawSchoolReview.com, where University of Michigan Law School ranks
#184 – Tuition Ranking: University of Michigan Law School ranks 184th cheapest law school, of the top 200
#176 – Acceptance Ranking: The 176th easiest Law School to be accepted at
University of Michigan Law School (founded in 1859) is the law school of the University of Michigan, in Ann Arbor, Michigan. Michigan Law School consistently ranks among the highest-rated law schools in the United States.
Admission to Michigan Law is highly selective, with only 18% of applicants accepted.
Michigan Law is a member of the “T-14″ law schools. This prestigious group consists of 14 schools that have national recognition. Michigan Law has placed 75 Supreme Court law clerks to date, more than any other public law school.
Noteworthy Graduates of University of Michigan Law School
- Frank Murphy (LL.B. 1914), United States Attorney General, 1939, and United States Supreme Court Associate Justice, 1940–1949
- Clarence Darrow (attended), famous trial lawyer; defense counsel in the Scopes Monkey Trial and Leopold and Loeb
- William R. Day (LL.B. 1870), United States Secretary of State, 1898; United States Supreme Court Associate Justice, 1903–1922
- Ken Salazar (J.D. 1981), former U.S. Senator from Colorado and current United States Secretary of the Interior.
- Bob Woodruff (J.D. 1987) – journalist; ABC News anchor
- Richard Gephardt (J.D. 1965) – U.S. Representative from Missouri (1977–2005). Served as House Majority Leader from 1989 to 1995, and as Minority Leader from 1995 to 2003.
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