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The 2004 Whitest Law Schools Report
The Top Ten Whitest Law Schools in the United States
I grew up in Texas during Jim Crow.  During that time going on long distance road trips had a distinct flavor for Blacks and I remember it vividly - the packing enough food for the entire trip (no restaurants), the using the bathroom on the side of the road (no gas station bathrooms), the sleeping in the car on the side of the road (no motels). But my most vivid memory of my road trips in Texas was the sign I read every time we went through Greenville, Texas -
The Blackest Land,
The Whitest People
In many ways institutional discrimination in law schools is really about  maintaining the legal profession as "The Whitest Profession". 

Professor Vernellia Randall

Note: Whiteness is defined as caucasian plus unknown.




bulletDespite Multicultural Society Law Schools Remain Mostly White, Black AmericaWeb.com, April 13, 2004
bulletLaw School Admissions Lack People of Color, WAUSAU DailyHearld
bullet 4/14/04 Marshfield News-Herald (Wis.) A6
bulletWhite enrollment in Law School exceeds accepted application for Whites by 22%, study shows, Dayton Defender
bulletThe whitest law schools in the US
bulletPoor Education Prognosis, Walter E. Williams, Townhall.com
bulletReport, The BlackFusion.net



 Law related (Schools, Journals, etc)

bulletUniversity of Dayton Releases Report, The LawCrossing
bullet"Troubling Methodolgy", Jurist PaperChase
bulletA ranking of 184 US law schools. Some will surprise and/or appall you. (14 April 2004), BuffaloReport
bullet"Troubling Methodology", Lewis and Clark Law School Law News
bulletStatistics Confirm Nation's Whitest Law Schools Remain Bastions of Whiteness, Santa Clara Bar Association
bulletMAJORITY RULES: New Study on Whites in Law School Exposes Stark Contrasts in Enrollment, ABA Journal eReport
bulletPress Release, National Black Law Students Association
bulletReport, American for Fair Chance
bulletReport, CivilRights.org
bulletNew Study Ranks Whitest Law Schools, Tolerance.org




bulletOuch, Stay of Execution, April 15, 2004
bulletThe Unbearable Whiteness of Law Schools, The Slithery D
bulletBacardi, SugarMrPoon
bulletWith a Twist, JD2B
bulletLaw School Diversity, Law and Life
bulletAndrewRaff WebLog
bulletWhitey-U,  The Federalist Society chapter at the University of Florida Levin College of Law, April 13, 2004
bulletBlueUniverse (United Kingdon)
bulletBrian Would be happy in Montana or Maine, waynesoller.blogspot.com
bulletCriminal Misuse of Space Between Your Ears, Righttothepoint
bulletThe Whitest Law Schools in the United States, ania-china.de




bulletW. Mike Hill, II,  Law Student


bulletAfrican American Business Directory
bulletBlack Robes, White Justice, PowerPac
bulletLaw Professor Compiles First Ranking of Nation's "Whitest" Law Schools, Alumni Report



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