The legal education that Duke Law School offers is competitively priced. Endowment income and student tuition help cover the expense of offering outstanding professors, small classes and a wide range of program offerings.
|Law School Budget for 2013-2014 Academic Year|
|Medical Insurance||$1,895 *|
|Health Fee (mandatory)||$618|
|Law Student Activity Fee||$110|
|Graduate Student Activity Fee||$34|
|Transcript Fee (one time only)||$40 **|
|Rent & Utilities||$7,632|
|Books & Supplies||$1,326|
* Duke University requires that students enrolled in programs that require payment of the health fee must have adequate medical insurance. Adequate means that the benefits must be similar to those offered by the Duke Student Medical Insurance Plan (SMIP). The amount listed is the rate that applies to most law students, however your rate may vary based on your age.
** The transcript fee is a one-time only fee paid to Duke University.
|Law School Budget for 2013 Summer Term|
|Health Fee (mandatory)||$212|
|Rent & Utilities||$2,120|
|Books & Supplies||$442|
2013 Summer Institute in Transnational Law
|Budget for 2013 Summer Institute in Transnational Law - Geneva|
* Price for double housing. The single housing option is $3,600. Students staying in housing not provided by Duke will be assessed a $225 non-resident's fee.
|Budget for 2013 Summer Institute in Transnational Law - Hong Kong|
* Price for double housing. Single housing is not an option in Hong Kong. Students staying in housing not provided by Duke will be assessed a $225 non-resident's fee.