Best Law Schools in Arkansas

By | March 2, 2019

Are you pursing a law degree? The TopSchoolsintheUSA.com has generated the latest ranking of best law schools in Arkansas that provides Master of Legal Studies (MLS), Master of Dispute Resolution (MDR), Juris Doctor (JD), Master of Laws (LLM), or Doctor of Juridical Science (SJD). You can use the following list to pick a school that fits your needs. These law schools in Arkansas are ranked based on the student reviews, alumni surveys, assessment of peer institutions, and official data reported by each law college. In addition, we also provide average LSAT scores, GPA and acceptance rates for each of these law schools in Arkansas.

  • A2ZCAMERABLOG: General information about Arkansas, including state capital, major cities and counties, geography, history, and population statistics of Arkansas.

Best Law Schools in Arkansas

National Ranking Best Law Programs
92 University of Arkansas, Fayetteville (Fayetteville, AR)
Acceptance rate: 31.5%
LSAT scores (25th-75th percentile): 153-158
GPA (25th-75th percentile): 3.19-3.71
Tuition & Fees: In-state, full-time: $398 per credit, Out-of-state, full-time: $818 per credit
Enrollment (full-time): 401
Graduates known to be employed nine months after graduation: 83.9%

University of Arkansas, Fayetteville Law School

123 University of Arkansas, Little Rock (Bowen) (Little Rock, AR)
Acceptance rate: 31.1%
LSAT scores (25th-75th percentile): 151-158
GPA (25th-75th percentile): 2.99-3.63
Tuition & Fees: In-state, full-time: $12,176 per year, Out-of-state, full-time: $24,772 per year
Enrollment (full-time): 325
Graduates known to be employed nine months after graduation: 86.1%

University of Arkansas, Little Rock Law School

Arkansas Geography

The Washita Mountains are located in western Arkansas and within the state of Oklahoma. Like the Ozarks, they are part of the US Inland Highlands. It is in the Washita Mountains that the highest point of Arkansas is located – 840 meters above sea level.

The Washita Mountains are mostly forested. Here you can see one and a half dozen endemic plant species (which are not found anywhere else in the world), many animals.

Beautiful mountain landscapes attract many tourists. Here are the Washita National Forest, the picturesque Washita Lake (very popular among fishing and diving enthusiasts), the famous Hot Springs National Park.

Hot Springs National Park was designated a nature reserve in 1832. This park, the smallest in the US, is built around the many hot springs gushing from the slopes of Hot Springs Mountain and West Mountain. The water temperature is around 60°C and it has a very high mineral content. Hot springs hot water has therapeutic properties and is used in the treatment of various diseases.

Southwestern Arkansas belongs to the coastal valleys of the Gulf of Mexico. This is a vast, mostly flat area, where you can also see ridges of low sandy hills. There are many lakes and swamps here, the land not used for agriculture is covered with coniferous and deciduous forests.

The state of Arkansas is characterized by a humid subtropical climate, which is greatly influenced by the proximity of the Gulf of Mexico.

Winters are mild, with Little Rock, the state capital, with an average January temperature of -1°C to 10°C. Several times during the winter, snow falls in the northern part of the state, although sleet (and sometimes snowstorms) can be seen in southern Arkansas. Summers in Arkansas are hot and humid, with average July temperatures in Little Rock ranging from 22°C to 34°C.

Thunderstorms are frequent (up to sixty days a year) in Arkansas. Although the state is somewhat off the “Tornado Alley”, from time to time it is hit by destructive whirlwinds.

Arkansas is called the “natural”, “natural” state. There are many nature reserves, very interesting and picturesque tourist attractions.