I was looking at the LSN graph of admissions to Cornell. ( http://www.lawschoolnumbers.com/graphs.php?cycle=5&school_code=2098
I'm not going to debate the merits or pitfalls of affirmative action, I just had a question. The bulk of accepts are in the 166+ LSAT and 3.5+ GPA. I noticed a few people accepted with numbers are low as mid 150's LSATs and low 3 GPA's. However, each of these people were "self selected under-represented minorities". Does this mean as a non-"URM" with a 161 and a 3.8 I stand no shot, even though people are being accepted with 156's?
Also, is there a list somewhere of exactly what constitutes a "URM"?