I got the lsat/gpa info from the davis website. as you all know, the numbers LSAC and US News have are a couple years old (the latter is newer, but still old enough to not apply anymore).
"Although, just to set you straight, their numbers are 162-166 for lsats, with much higher GPAs. So give 'em some credit:)"
i give them credit for fooling you
not to rain on your parade, but the stats that are listed on davis' website are
"For Offers of Admission to the Class Entering Fall 2004."
25th percentile < 50th percentile 75th percentile
GPA 3.46 < 3.64 3.77
LSAT 162 < 164 166
note the word "OFFERS" not "MATRICULATED STUDENTS"
the current, (and correct) MATRICULATED numbers are what i posted before, which are noticably lower, and noticably closer to Loyola's
GPA 3.39 3.72
Lsat 160 164
that was davis' tricky little way of tweaking the system and boosting thier reputaion(something you accuse Loyola of doing alot)
naturally you eat up every word your chosen school feeds you with a spoon, even if it IS a misrepresentation of the truth
anner, i have no problems with you preffering davis for your legal education. just dont go around puffing out your chest boasting about how dramitcally better the school is, when you really dont have a decent leg to stand on in that regard.