Cleveland State University
Posted on June 27, 2017 at 1:10 PM, updated July 6, 2017 at 1:26 PM Print
Cleveland State University’s Cleveland Marshall College of Law has received national recognition for its innovative efforts to provide high quality and affordable legal education. It has been named one of the most affordable law schools in America in a new study by Student Loan Hero. The ranking assessed and compared the average student debt and average salary of recent graduates at 116 law schools throughout the United States to assess the overall “value” of the legal education received. C|M|LAW ranked 31 st overall and 15 th for average student debt.
“It’s no wonder the phrase ‘choose wisely’ comes to mind when deciding which law school to attend,” Student Loan Hero said in a press release on the rankings. “After all, it can mean the difference between a balance of $144,000 upon graduation – or law school debt that’s just half of that.”
“We are extremely honored to be included in this ranking,” added Lee Fisher, Dean of C|M|LAW. “We are proud to be a law school of both quality and opportunity. We are committed to providing excellent legal training at a reasonable expense, and feature numerous initiatives that help students reduce costs and insure that they are career ready upon graduation.”
To view the full list of law schools ranked in the study, visit http://college.usatoday.com/2017/06/24/20-best-law-schools-for-avoiding-six-figure-student-debt/. Founded in 2012, Student Loan Hero offers web-based applications that help student loan borrowers find the best way to manage and repay loans.
Celebrating its 120th anniversary in 2017, Cleveland-Marshall College of Law is a student-centered law school dedicated to assisting its students in becoming become leaders in law, business, nonprofit agencies and government. It remains at the forefront of legal education innovation, having launched one of the country’s first law school-based solo practice incubators, the nationally recognized Center for Cybersecurity and Privacy Protection, and the region’s only Master of Legal Studies program.