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.
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|school||% admitted||total applicants||number admitted||% Asian-Am. in student body|
|U. of Virginia||28.9||3368||975||5|
|U. of Pennsylvania||29.2||3422||999||7|
|U. of Notre Dame||29.5||1869||552||7|
|U. of Chicago||29.7||2972||883||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|
Median LSAT percentile of enrollees
no info Harvard
97 U. of Chicago
95 U. of Penn.
93 Boalt Hall
93 U. of Virginia
93 U. of Michigan
92 Washington & Lee
90 U. of Notre Dame
90 College of William & Mary
no info Duke
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