awkward follows you like a beer chasing a shot of tequila.
So, I made a spreadsheet of all the schools I'm considering with some info that's important to me, and I have the total law school size and the 1L section size (the # of people in your 1L classes). Wow. My lameness surprises even me sometimes. I got the info from LSAC. I can send it to you if you want since we have a decent overlap in schools.
Does anyone have a list of the 2008-2009 1L class sizes for each school? I realized that I was applying to schools and I didn't even know the actual amount of people they typically started with. All I can find is some basic info on LSAC, but if anyone knows some numbers, post please.Thanks
I hate science because I refuse to assume that a discipline based in large part on the continual scrapping and renewal of ideas is unconditionally correct in a given area.
Is there really a significant variation in section sizes from school to school? I assumed every school would have sections of appx. 60-75 students, with schools varying only in the number of sections needed to accommodate their incoming classes. Are there schools with sections significantly below or above this number? I've never heard of section sizes varying b/t institutions to any significant extent, but I suppose it's a possibility.
Cornell has sections of ~30-35