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California Western / Feb 2005 Cali. Bar Exam
« on: August 12, 2005, 04:07:25 AM »
1 Stanford 100% (4/4)  2 USC 100% (2/2)  3 USD 80% (20/25)  4 Pepperdine 77% (10/13)  5 UC Davis 75% (6/8)  6 Chapman 69% (9/13)  7 Cal Western 68% (65/96)   8 Santa Clara 68% (23/34)  9 S'western 68% (23/34)  10 USF 67% (12/18)  11 Hastings 67% (8/12)  12 McGeorge 59% (17/29)  13 Loyola 54% (26/48)  14 Golden Gate 43% (17/40)  15 Boalt 42% (5/12)  16 Whittier 33% (8/24)  17 UCLA 33% (2/6)  18 Thomas Jefferson 32% (11/34)  19 Western State 31%

http://www.calbar.ca.gov/calbar/pdfs/admissions/Statistics/FEBRUARY2005STATS.pdf


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General Board / Title IX & Women in Law School
« on: July 06, 2005, 03:01:49 PM »
I read an article today in the Wall Street Journal that discussed Title IX. Since 1972, when Title IX was passed, the number of women who attend law school has rose from 8,914 in 1971-72 to 65,701 in 2001-02. The number of men who attend law school has decreased from 85,554 in 1971-72 to 69,390 in 2001-02. I found this interesting, and thought I would share; I am bored.

So does that mean that there are ~44,000 people graduating each year from law school? Going to go look at the ABA site.

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