Law School - Traditionally Underrepresented Students

Law schools are attempting to increase their enrollments of students who traditionally have been underrepresented in the legal profession. In keeping with most law schools' desire to admit students who have a variety of backgrounds, accomplishments, skills, and experiences, law schools look at the "total applicant." They are interested in the educational, cultural, and economic setting in which the applicant developed and the conditions, e.g., having to work, under which the student prepared for law school.

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