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
University of Minnesota—​Twin Cities

Minneapolis, MN

$98,410 90%
University of Idaho

Moscow, ID

$98,008 78%
Florida International University

Miami, FL

$97,862 88%
Indiana University—​Indianapolis (McKinney)

Indianapolis, IN

$97,784 87%
Ohio State University (Moritz)

Columbus, OH

$97,624 87%
University of Nevada—​Las Vegas

Las Vegas, NV

$94,843 92%
University of North Carolina—​Chapel Hill

Chapel Hill, NC

$92,726 81%
University of Maine

Portland, ME

$92,603 84%
University of Texas—​Austin

Austin, TX

$92,180 71%
University of Arizona (Rogers)

Tucson, AZ

$90,898 82%
Temple University (Beasley)

Philadelphia, PA

$89,798 84%
University of Houston

Houston, TX

$89,530 79%
Rutgers, the State University of New Jersey—​Newark

Newark, NJ

$89,417 85%
Baylor University

Waco, TX

$89,252 84%
University of Louisville (Brandeis)

Louisville, KY

$88,451 84%
Wayne State University

Detroit, MI

$85,925 80%
University of Utah (Quinney)

Salt Lake City, UT

$85,473 87%
University of Wisconsin—​Madison

Madison, WI

$84,679 77%
University of Illinois—​Urbana-​Champaign

Champaign, IL

$84,665 86%
University of Oklahoma

Norman, OK

$84,410 70%
Northern Kentucky University (Chase)

Highland Heights, KY

$83,546 67%
North Carolina Central University

Durham, NC

$81,944 96%
University of Florida (Levin)

Gainesville, FL

$81,479 81%
University of Georgia

Athens, GA

$81,370 79%
Cleveland State University (Cleveland-​Marshall)

Cleveland, OH

$81,357 73%

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