November 21, 2014

Top Rank Florida

Law Schools in Florida

| 2/13/2013
School Full-Time Annual Tuition (2012-13) Enrollment City
Thomas M. Cooley Law School $34,340 3,628 Riverview
Florida Coastal School of Law $39,466 1,753 Jacksonville
University of Miami School of Law $39,848 1,361 Coral Gables
Stetson University College of Law $35,466 1,080 Gulfport
Nova Southeastern University - Shepard Broad Law Center $33,250 1,050 Fort Lauderdale
University of Florida Levin College of Law $18,710 in-state; $38,075 out-of-state 976 Gainesville
Barry University School of Law $34,300 758 Orlando
Florida State University
College of Law
$19,691 in-state; $39,704 out-of-state 729 Tallahassee
St. Thomas University
School of Law
$34,618 719 Miami Gardens
Florida A&M University
College of Law
$14,132 in-state; $34,035 out-of-state 701 Orlando
Florida International University College of Law $16,585 in-state; $30,370 out-of-state 551 Miami
Ave Maria School of Law $36,490 391 Ave Maria

Ranked by enrollment 2011. Research by Katie Rodgers. © Copyright 2013 Trend Magazines

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