Oct 13 2012




Want to save a ton of money and go to law school? You might have to move to a new state to claim in-state tuition but it might be just worth it. BusinessInsider.com went through the list at U.S. News and World Report and came up with "America's 15 Cheapest Law Schools."

They found fifteen school where tuition for in-state students is less than $15,000 a year. In fact, the least expensive is less than $10,000 a year. The cost at Harvard Law School is over $50,000 a year. You could save $160,000 over four years.

1) University of North Dakota

Fargo, N.D.M
Rank: 145
In-state Tuition: $9,895 Out-of-state tuition: $21,580

2) Southern University Law Center

Baton Rouge, La.
Rank: Not ranked
In-Tuition: $10,124
Out-of-state tuition: $16,724

3) North Carolina Central University

Durham, N.C.
Rank: Not ranked
In-State Tuition: $10,415
Out-of-state tuition: $24,343

4) University of Mississippi

University, Mississippi
Rank: 135
In-State Tuition: $11,283
Out-of-state tuition: $24,692

5) University of Montana

Missoula, Mont.
Rank: 145
In-State Tuition: $11,578
Out-of-state tuition: $27,513