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Beginning with the class entering in 2012, there are no conditional scholarships at Richmond Law. Scholarships are awarded when a student enters the first year of law school, and scholarship assistance in the student’s second and third year will continue in the amount originally awarded, provided the student is in good standing and meets the standards on Satisfactory Academic Progress.
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All financial aid except Federal Work Study is credited directly to the student's account, at the beginning of the term, once the student has submitted all required forms and met all requirements for the aid. Aid for the academic year is split evenly between fall and spring terms. If the amount of financial aid exceeds your billable charges at Richmond, then you are eligible for a refund. The Student Accounts Office will automatically generate a refund for a credit balance caused by Federal financial aid within fourteen days of the actual disbursement date. Any other credit balances will remain on your account unless you request a refund from the Student Accounts Office.
Other students discontinuing law school - three 1Ls and one 2L
We awarded JD degrees to 78 men and 65 women in 2013.
We enrolled 133 students with the following credentials:
75th percentile 163 LSAT 3.62 GPA
Median 161 LSAT 3.50 GPA
25th percentile 157 LSAT 3.19 GPA
Typical first-year section size: 52
Number of classroom course titles beyond first-year curriculum: 114
Number of upper division classroom course sections
- Under 25: 135
- 25-49: 21
- 50-74: 3
- 75-99: 4
- 100+: 0
Number of positions available in simulation courses: 432
Number of simulation positions filled: 375
Number of positions available in faculty supervised clinical courses: 52
Number of faculty supervised clinical positions filled: 50
Number of field placement positions filled: 81
Number of students who enrolled in independent study: 24
Number of students who participated in law journals: 156
Number of students who participated in interschool skills competitions: 61
Number of credit hours required to graduate: 87
The University of Richmond School of Law building is located on the main campus of the University of Richmond. It was constructed in the 1950s and has undergone several major expansions and renovations. The facility has wireless internet access; state-of-the-art classrooms and Moot Courtroom; clinical, faculty, and administrative offices; student lounges; and offices for student organizations and journals.
The law school's downtown facility, University of Richmond Downtown, is located at 626 E. Broad Street in Richmond. The building is both historic and environmentally sustainable; renovations are certified by Leadership in Energy and Environmental Design (LEED) and meet LEED gold level standards.