there's so many confounding variables and differences in people that you could never lump all law students into a particular catagory. You may have some students there for tax law and other for criminal defense which is going cause some students to lean either to left or right. also schools in new york, philly, cali and boston are generally going to be more liberal then your schools in the south or midwest. also religious vs. secular affiliation will play a huge role as well. i think you're going to have a lot more conservative republicans at villanova than temple one of the major decisions in picking schools to apply to in both ugrad and law was i wanted a lack of religious affiliation because of the way my high school experience was forcing catholism down my throught so i think law students are just too diverse a group to fit neatly into one category.