|Law Schools in the United States have a history of
serving one racial group.
Historically White Law Schools have
a long-term history of serving predominantly white
students. There are 177 Historically White Law Schools.
The history for these schools are a result of a history
of slavery, segregation, racism and discrimination .
Histrically Black College and
Universities (HBCUs) Law Schools are law schools
that have a long-term history of serving predominantly
black law students. There are five HBCU law schools.
This schools were set-up to serve the black population
who were denied access to HWLS. There are five HBCU. Of
those five school. Two (University of District of
Columbia, North Carolina Central) are now are majority
The only Predominantly Asian Law
School is the University of Hawaii which is located
in a state that is predominantly Asian.
There are no Predominantly Native American Law
There three Predominantly Latino
Law Schools all located in Puerto Rico which is