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The ABA Journal reports that you may want to consider North Carolina Central University’s law school and its in-state tuition of only $5,700, if you're shopping for a bargain and a law degree.

The law school tops a new list of 65 “best value” law schools by National Jurist. The magazine says the 65 schools “carry a low price tag and are able to prepare their students perfectly well for today’s competitive job market.” Its chart includes in-state tuition cost, the bar pass rate and percentage of employed graduates, based on data supplied to the American Bar Association.

North Carolina Central law grads carry little debt at graduation, according to the magazine. Eighty-seven percent are employed at graduation and 86 percent pass the bar exam on the first try. Law dean Raymond Pierce told the magazine that North Carolina Central is a “no frills law school” that has “adapted to doing much with little.”

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