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Law Schools 2000

Law schools whose median LSAT percentile of enrollees exceeded 90.  Statistics from the Barron’s Guide to Law Schools 14th ed. (2000)

As shown below, Fordham, the U. of Virginia, the U. of Pennsylvania, the U. of Notre Dame, the U. of Chicago, Georgetown, College of William & Mary, U. of Michigan, Washington & Lee, and Duke are below average in the number of Asian-Americans students enrolled.  If you received a reject letter from one of 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      8.2 3173 259 12
Stanford   12.4 3824 474 10
Harvard 14.5 5818 845 12
Columbia 6.0? 6137 367 enrolled 15
NYU 6.4? 6481 416 enrolled 10
Northwestern 18.1 4103 744 13
Boalt Hall 18.4 4717 867 14
UCLA 19.2 4721 907 20
USC 22.4 3878 869 15
Fordham 26.4 4866 1285 9
U. of Virginia 28.9 3368 975 5
U. of Pennsylvania 29.2 3422 999 7
Cornell 5.7? 3219 183 enrolled 13
U. of Notre Dame 29.5 1869 552 7
U. of Chicago 29.7 2972 883 9
Georgetown 30.3 7873 2383 9
College of William & Mary 31.7 2267 718 4
U. of Michigan 36.4 3335 1215 9
Washington & Lee 38.0 1282 488 3
Duke 6.9? 3418 236 enrolled 8
Average       10.2 

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

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