Law Schools Accepting GRE

Hannah Jaegers

The Graduate Record Examinations, better known as the GRE, is now accepted by a variety of different law schools in order to expand access to law education and attract a diverse pool of applicants. The GRE can create more accessibility than the LSAT as it is offered year-round in test centers located across the globe and it attracts a diverse background of students with broader interests such as science, technology, engineering, mathematics, and more. Those coming out of a graduate program and then applying to law school can often use their previous GRE score and save time and money. The exam measures skills that are necessary for law school such as verbal reasoning, quantitative reasoning, critical thinking, and analytical writing.

Be sure to check out the GRE Frequently Asked Questions regarding the law school application process to learn more about what the process looks like and what is needed to take the GRE. 

Here is a list of schools that are currently accepting the GRE including most T14 law schools. Check out this website to see an updated list of law schools accepting the GRE.

United States

China