Which law school graduates have the most debt?

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School name Average indebtedness of 2013 graduates who incurred law school debt Percent of grads with debt
Northeastern University

Boston, MA

$136,071 83%
Charlotte School of Law

Charlotte, NC

$135,466 95%
University of Detroit Mercy

Detroit, MI

$134,286 75%
Chapman University (Fowler)

Orange, CA

$134,073 85%
Hofstra University (Deane)

Hempstead, NY

$133,861 80%
Nova Southeastern University (Broad)

Fort Lauderdale, FL

$133,643 84%
Creighton University

Omaha, NE

$132,869 88%
University of Virginia

Charlottesville, VA

$132,601 82%
New England Law Boston

Boston, MA

$132,246 89%
Syracuse University

Syracuse, NY

$131,185 86%
Ave Maria School of Law

Naples, FL

$131,184 85%
University of Denver (Sturm)

Denver, CO

$130,981 81%
University of Pennsylvania

Philadelphia, PA

$130,855 75%
DePaul University

Chicago, IL

$130,672 86%
Albany Law School

Albany, NY

$130,644 70%
Valparaiso University

Valparaiso, IN

$130,364 90%
Widener University

Wilmington, DE

$130,180 91%
Roger Williams University

Bristol, RI

$130,154 89%
Marquette University

Milwaukee, WI

$129,669 82%
Seattle University

Seattle, WA

$129,548 89%
Samford University (Cumberland)

Birmingham, AL

$129,515 94%
University of San Diego

San Diego, CA

$128,731 87%
Southern Methodist University (Dedman)

Dallas, TX

$128,381 63%
Seton Hall University

Newark, NJ

$127,075 83%
University of New Hampshire School of Law

Concord, NH

$125,815 89%

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