I've always lived in diverse areas, and my campus in undergrad was very diverse. I think I'd like a mostly white law school, and live in a part of the country that is very white. I'm just more comfortable in that environment. People of other backgrounds seek this out as well, so I don't apologize for wanting this.I'm leaning towards (in no particular order):1. University of Kentucky.2. Quinnipiac (CT).3. University of Idaho.4. University of Maine.5. University of Montana.
Maybe he's not trying piss people off. Maybe its genuinely how he feels. Ever think of that?This affirmative action stuff and all the stuff relating to minorities is constantly thrust in our faces without solicitation. Ever law school forum has all these sections with "Black in the law", "Latinos in the law". It can easily get a bit excessive at times, so I don't blame this guy for feeling the way he does.
at orientation, you will quickly realize that there is no need for a forum on "pasties in the law"
Take an Asian from ChinaTown and drop him into a Korean culture and I'm sure he'd be just fine... they even look somewhat the same... I'm sure they'd do fine.