I don't remember the exact details on the curve, just that they don't adhere to a strict curve. I think median grade in a prof's class is supposed to be around a 2.8. When a prof deviates too far from it, they need to offer an explanation. The Dean was very candid about the fact that all of those entering with a full scholarship will not keep it. He said he expected about 50-60% of those 1Ls on a full-ride to retain it for 2L. Hope this helps a bit.
Hi, were you at the law preview day this past weekend? I remember the dean saying that stat about scholarships. However, someone who was attending said that all scholarship receipiants need a 3.3. Do you know if this true? I would think if it is, those with higher amounts of scholarships are more likely to keep them, not because they are so much smarter, but because they have more to lose if they don't get the grades.
Also, have you made up your mind about where you're going?