Thursday, April 05, 2007

National Jurist's Law School Diversity Rankings

Over on TaxProf Blog, I discuss The National Jurist's diversity rankings of 177 law schools in its just-released March 2007 issue, based on the change in student body diversity from 2000 to 2005. Here are the 10 schools with the biggest increases and decreases in student diversity [click on chart to enlarge]:


Blogger Jeff Harrison said...

What a great example of the danger of statistics. If you were high and slip to a still high position you look bad. If you were low and move to a still low position you look like a star.

4/05/2007 9:29 AM  
Anonymous sam kamin said...

Also, it's a funny definition of percent change. If a school goes from 10% to 17% minority enrollment, most of the world would consider that a 70% increase, not a 170% increase

4/20/2007 5:19 PM  

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