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Law Schools 1998

Law schools whose median LSAT percentile of enrollees exceeded 90.  Statistics from the Barron’s Guide to Law Schools 13th ed. (1998)

As shown below, Stanford, Georgetown, the U. of Pennsylvania, and George Washington are below average in the number of Asian-Americans students enrolled.  If you received a reject letter from these schools, please file a complaint with the Department of Education so that we can determine whether they are discriminating against Asian-Americans.

Assistant Secretary for Civil Rights
U.S. Dept. of Education
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Washington, D.C. 20202

school % admitted total applicants number admitted % Asian-Am. in student body
Yale      8.6 3575 306 14
Stanford   12.3 3611 443 7
Harvard 14.1 5961 842 12
Columbia 7.0? 5080 358 enrolled 14
NYU 6.4? 6185 393 enrolled 10
U. of Chicago 25.0 2520 631 10
Duke 6.4? 3159 202 enrolled 6
Boalt Hall 20.6 4171 860 14
Northwestern 21.2 3537 749 8
USC 27.3 3297 899 13
Georgetown 29.6 7104 2104 9
U. of Pennsylvania 29.7 3844 1141 8
U. of Virginia 29.8 3091 921 4
Cornell 6.1? 3000 182 enrolled 12
George Washington 30.9 6592 2037 8
Vanderbilt 32.9 2252 742 10
U. of Michigan 34.5 3373 1163 7
Washington & Lee 36.0 1389 500 4
U. of Notre Dame 9.8? 1845 180 enrolled no info
Average       9.4

Median LSAT percentile of enrollees
99 Yale
no info  Harvard
98 Columbia
97 U. of Chicago
97 NYU
no info Duke
96 Stanford
96 Boalt Hall
no info U. of Michigan
95 Georgetown
95 U. of Virginia
94 Cornell
94 U. of Penn.
94 Washington & Lee
92 USC
92 Northwestern
90 Vanderbilt
90 George Washington
90 U. of Notre Dame

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