Note: New York – 24 test takers; California – 19 test takers
Note: Tuition and fees are subject to change without notice. The second and third year tuition goes down significantly since they are based on 28 hours for attendance.
Law School students are charged flat-rate tuition. The Dollars and Sense website contains important information about tuition: how rates are set, tuition costs, and how tuition is used. The Frequently Asked Questions page provides information about flat-rate tuition.
*This figure represents the average debt of current UT Law students, irrespective of class year and residency, who finance their law school education with student loans. Accordingly, the amount for residents would be slightly lower than the figure reported for nonresidents. When comparing our figure with those of other law schools, it is important to verify whether the program calculates average debt using actual borrowers as UT does, or using all students including those who did not receive financial aid. This figure is based upon the 2013 ABA debt calculation for consumer information.