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
St. Louis University

St. Louis, MO

$125,581 82%
Duke University

Durham, NC

$124,549 60%
Mercer University (George)

Macon, GA

$124,268 90%
Tulane University

New Orleans, LA

$123,713 82%
George Washington University

Washington, DC

$123,693 76%
Harvard University

Cambridge, MA

$123,673 79%
Howard University

Washington, DC

$123,485 88%
Suffolk University

Boston, MA

$123,000 81%
Faulkner University (Jones)

Montgomery, AL

$122,187 90%
The John Marshall Law School

Chicago, IL

$121,700 73%
Oklahoma City University

Oklahoma City, OK

$121,667 76%
Loyola University Chicago

Chicago, IL

$121,167 83%
Western New England University

Springfield, MA

$120,677 97%
Washington and Lee University

Lexington, VA

$120,642 83%
Willamette University (Collins)

Salem, OR

$120,531 91%
Pennsylvania State University (Dickinson)

University Park, PA

$120,338 89%
Regent University

Virginia Beach, VA

$119,200 93%
Lewis & Clark College (Northwestern)

Portland, OR

$119,048 89%
University of California (Hastings)

San Francisco, CA

$119,038 88%
George Mason University

Arlington, VA

$118,791 85%
Yeshiva University (Cardozo)

New York, NY

$118,677 72%
Mississippi College

Jackson, MS

$118,000 82%
Hamline University

St. Paul, MN

$117,746 82%
University of Michigan—​Ann Arbor

Ann Arbor, MI

$117,675 79%
University of Colorado—​Boulder

Boulder, CO

$115,866 77%

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