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May 02, 2014

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Spenny

I think perhaps you are missing the more ironic point, Illinois had a scandal during those years, I believe, in which LSAT/GPA numbers were misreported, apparently by an admissions dean. When this was revealed, Illinois plunged in the rankings for a couple of years. So it is indeed strange to touting this rise as anything other than a result of scandal. (I am not saying Professor Morriss had anything to do with the scandal, but the rise was not the result of an enhancement if this school of law during that time, it was the result of now-admitted fraud).

Jeff Harrison

Perfect fit unless Baylor had been open. His application at Florida was the longest as he listed scores of op-ed pieces generally about the same thing.

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