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

Florida to Nova
Chapter 8:  Whiteness and Isolation: The Law Schools
 

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Based on 2004 ABA/LSAC Information

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Florida Coastal
Flordia State
Fordham University
Franklin Pierce
George Mason
Georgia State
Georgetown University
George Washington
Golden Gate
Gonzaga University
Hamline University
Harvard University
Hofstra University
Howard University
Indiana University–Bloomington
Indiana University–Indianapolis
Inter-American University
John Marshall
Lewis and Clark
Louisana - Baton Rouge
Loyola - Chicago
Loyola - Los Angeles
Loyola - New Orleans
Marquette
Mercer University
Mississippi College
Michigan State University
New England School of Law
New York Law School
New York University
North Carolina Central University
Northeastern University
Northern Illinois University
Northern Kentucky
Northwestern University
Nova Southeastern
 

Individual Law Schools

[Florida Coastal]
[Flordia State]
[Fordham University]
[Franklin Pierce]
[George Mason]
[Georgia State]
[Georgetown University]
[George Washington]
[Golden Gate]
[Gonzaga University]
[Hamline University]
[Harvard University]
[Hofstra University]
[Howard University]
[Indiana University–Bloomington]
[Indiana University–Indianapolis]
[Inter-American University]
[John Marshall]
[Lewis and Clark]
[Louisana - Baton Rouge]
[Loyola - Chicago]
[Loyola - Los Angeles]
[Loyola - New Orleans]
[Marquette]
[Mercer University]
[Mississippi College]
[Michigan State University]
[New England School of Law]
[New York Law School]
[New York University]
[North Carolina Central University]
[Northeastern University]
[Northern Illinois University]
[Northern Kentucky]
[Northwestern University]
[Nova Southeastern]
 

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Florida Coastal
Flordia State
Fordham University
Franklin Pierce
George Mason
Georgia State
Georgetown University
George Washington
Golden Gate
Gonzaga University
Hamline University
Harvard University
Hofstra University
Howard University
Indiana University–Bloomington
Indiana University–Indianapolis
Inter-American University
John Marshall
Lewis and Clark
Louisana - Baton Rouge
Loyola - Chicago
Loyola - Los Angeles
Loyola - New Orleans
Marquette
Mercer University
Mississippi College
Michigan State University
New England School of Law
New York Law School
New York University
North Carolina Central University
Northeastern University
Northern Illinois University
Northern Kentucky
Northwestern University
Nova Southeastern
 
 

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