Will getting my undergrad at the University of Idaho prevent me from getting into a good law school?

The University of Idaho is ranked 168th among national universities by US News and World Report.

I m a competitive candidate for better schools (Penn State and Syracuse, for example), but since I m an Idaho resident, U of I is much more preferable in terms of cost.

Would top law schools be hesitant to consider me as a U of I graduate, given its relatively low ranking? Would I be better off going to a better school, despite higher tuition prices?

Thanks!

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  • Stoo
    Lv 7
    4 years ago
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    Depends on your grades and your LSAT. If you have high grades and a solid LSAT you're probably fine.

  • 4 years ago

    If you can score 175 on the LSAT nobody will care where you got your Bachelor's degree.

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