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Monday, October 2, 2006

Bar Pass Rates in California and New York

Lawbarpassels2_1 Over at Money-Law, I have a post on the relationship of schools' bar pass rates and the LSAT scores of their students in California and New York, which follows up on some of Bill Henderson's discussions over at ELS blog (and here, which inspired a discussion at Money-Law).  I get a lot of inspiration from Bill!

Tomorrow, in honor of propertyprof's one-year anniversary, I shall post something on missionaries' thoughts about property law in Hawaii in the period 1820-1850.  The missionaries had some pretty interesting ruminations on the connections between property law and civilization....

Alfred L. Brophy

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That looks like a nice chi-squared distribution...

Posted by: Jason | Oct 18, 2006 9:16:53 AM

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