Class of 2014

Number Who Enrolled: 128

  • Resident: 75
  • Non-resident: 53
  • Male Enrollment: 72
  • Female Enrollment: 56
  • Minority Enrollment: 23%
  • Average Age: 24

Median LSAT: 155

  • 75th Percentile: 156
  • 25th Percentile: 151

Median GPA: 3.47

  • 75th Percentile: 3.66
  • 25th Percentile: 3.20

Number Represented

  • Schools: 49
  • States: 19


  • Resident Tuition: $14,688 per year
  • Nonresident Tuition: $31,688 per year

Certificate Programs

  • Criminal Law
  • Air & Space Law
  • Business Law

Journal Experience

  • For the past two academic years, 47 students published articles, with 19 placed all over the country and world: The Arizona Journal of Environmental Law & Policy, The Brazilian Journal of International Law, the University of Denver Sports & Entertainment Law Journal, the University of Florida Journal of Law & Public Policy and the Virginia Journal of International Law 
  • 28 placed in journals at Ole Miss Law: Mississippi Law Journal, Mississippi Sports Law Review, Journal of Space Law
  • Three publications devoted to environmental, ocean and coastal law

Student Body & Faculty

  • Approximately 440 JD students
  • 33 full time faculty
  • Student to faculty ratio: 15:1
  • 175 electives offered
  • Smaller entering class means more jobs available upon graduation

Post Graduation

  • Mississippi Bar passage rate is 88.8% (July 2013 first-time test takers)
  • Alumni located in 47 states and Washington, D.C.
  • Alumni include John Grisham, writer; A.C. Wharton, mayor of Memphis; Thad Cochran and Roger Wicker, U.S. senators; and Matthew Sharpe, workers’ compensation and compliance coordinator for the New Orleans Saints
  • Ole Miss Law has been ranked in the top 50 based on post-graduate success, student satisfaction, affordability and diversity by National Jurist

Faculty Success

Our Faculty:

  • Testify before Congress on mutual fund regulation
  • Litigate before the Supreme Court
  • Represent the Vatican at international organizations
  • Hold Ph.D.s from Princeton, Oxford, Notre Dame, Chicago and Vanderbilt
  • Produce the authoritative reference work on Mississippi Family Law
  • Send mentees to advanced tax law programs every year
  • Appear as expert witnesses in disputes over legal ethics

All applicants are given automatic consideration for first year scholarships.  Most of our scholarships are merit-based.  Also, students may receive loans through the University’s Financial Aid Office.  For more information regarding loans, please visit: