Well... yeah, on paper at least.
My point is that you can't forecast law school performance in terms of probability. 100% of the students that finish the first year finish the first year. Likewise, 75% of the class finishes in the top 75%, and 10% in the top 10%. That's obvious, but it has nothing to do with guaging how a particular individual will perform.
Its more accurate to figure that you will have a 100% chance of finishing exactly where you stack up in the class in a given semester. Determing where that happens to be is much more complex than simply recognizing that most people don't finish at the top of the class.
GPA/LSAT doesn't inform this. The person who barely makes it in has the same opportunity to finish at the top (or bottom) of the class as someone far above the school's medians.