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Rod Treweek:
I am a prospective Law student in California (California resident) looking for admissions information, statistics, personal experiences with, etc. of all the public law shools in California. I am specifically interested in the "student profile" information to gain admittance (I graduated with a 2.92 and have been scoring in the mid 160's on lsat practice tests taken under simulated conditions). I am also curious as to whether there is any distinct advantage to being a resident as far as getting accepted to the public law schools in California. Any and all information would be greatly appreciated.

Thanks in advance.

John:
Go to JD2b.com and check the info there (on the left).

I am certain that it helps to be in-state.  All public law schools, even top schools, have to accept a certain amount of in-state admits, and they will tend to have somewhat lower numbers (because the pool is simply smaller).

Ivy_Hopeful:
there is also Leither, or something like that and oh plus these two valuable research tools.  

http://www.lectlaw.com/files/lwr20.htm
http://www.mylawschoolrankings.com

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