2005 The Whitest Law School Report
and Other Law School Rankings Related
to Racial/Ethnic Diversity in Law School
Professor Vernellia R. Randall

Mountain West Region
Chapter 5: The Whitest Regional Law Schools Based on Regional L.S.A.C. Applications
 

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How to Read the Chart: University of Montana has 21.6% (Column A) more white law students in the law school (96.3%- Column c)  than there were white  LSAC applications in the Region (79.2% Column D).

 

Regional Rankings School A. C. D. E.
Excess Whiteness Disparity  - Percentage Percent of white Students Regional LSAC Apps - Whites Disparity Between Law School whiteness and LSAC Regional Apps
1 University of Montana 21.6 96.3 79.2 17.1
2 University of Idaho 16 91.9 79.2 12.7
3 University of Wyoming 14.3 90.5 79.2 11.3
4 University of Utah (S.J. Quinney) 13 89.5 79.2 10.3
5 Brigham Young University-JReuben 8 85.5 79.2 6.3
6 University of Colorado (Boulder) 5.4 83.5 79.2 4.3
7 University of Nevada 0.8 79.8 79.2 0.6
8 University of Denver -2 77.6 79.2 -1.6
9 University of Arizona (Rogers) -11.5 70.1 79.2 -9.1
10 Arizona State University -11.9 69.8 79.2 -9.4
11 University of New Mexico -18.6 64.5 79.2 -14.7
 
 
 

 

 

 

 

 

 

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