U.S. News' Views on Including Diversity in Our Best Law Schools Ranking
Law Review Article
legal education, diversity, ranking
The current U.S. News Diversity Index identifies law schools where law students are most and least likely to encounter classmates from a different racial or ethnic group. The greater the diversity index value, the higher likelihood each person a student meets on campus will be from a different ethnic group than his own. A lower index value means it's less likely the ethnic group will be different than his own.
Morse, Robert, "U.S. News' Views on Including Diversity in Our Best Law Schools Ranking" (2013). Diversity and Inclusion in Law School and Higher Education. 17.