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Re: UIUC's Median LSAT Spike?
« Reply #10 on: March 29, 2007, 08:59:39 PM »
Illinois and New York have more than their fair share of Tier 1 schools. It would be interesting to see which states had none...

If fair share = 3...

Fifty schools in the Tier 1. Fifty states.

Fair share would be one per state. Obviously bigger states will have more, such as Illinois and New York. So which states are left making up those extra's by having none? An easy question to research, but far beyond my interest and effort to look into.

Why would that be fair?  It would be fair to put a school in T1 just because its state is unrepresented?  Doesn't seem fair to me...
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Re: UIUC's Median LSAT Spike?
« Reply #11 on: March 30, 2007, 08:13:51 PM »
However, if a school is they only one in a given market, it's employment opportunity increase dramatically.  Employment ops should and do factor into the rankings game.


Marquette and UNLV place better than their rank for this very reason.