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

Southeast 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: Samford University has 66.5% (Column A) more white law students in the law school (94.6%- Column C)  than there were white  LSAC applications in the Region (56.8% - Column D).

 

Southeast
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 Samford University (Cumberland) 66.5 94.6 56.8 37.8
2 University of South Carolina 63 92.6 56.8 35.8
3 University of Alabama 60.7 91.3 56.8 34.5
4 Mississippi College 58.3 89.9 56.8 33.1
5 University of Mississippi 57.2 89.3 56.8 32.5
6 Mercer University 54.4 87.7 56.8 30.9
7 Georgia State University 46.1 83 56.8 26.2
8 University of Georgia 44.2 81.9 56.8 25.1
9 Florida Coastal School of Law 43.5 81.5 56.8 24.7
10 Stetson University 42.3 80.8 56.8 24
11 Emory University 38.9 78.9 56.8 22.1
12 Barry University 38.2 78.5 56.8 21.7
13 Florida State University 37.9 78.3 56.8 21.5
14 University of Florida (Levin) 33.3 75.7 56.8 18.9
15 University of Miami 22 69.3 56.8 12.5
16 Nova Southeastern University 14.8 65.2 56.8 8.4
17 St. Thomas University -3.9 54.6 56.8 -2.2
 
 

 

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