How does UVA, aside from it's weird YPing and school-funded stuff?
-School-funded positions to improve its employment score.
-YPing to reduce acceptance rate.
-Having a 2-week ED decision window to lock in big splitters and big reverse splitters and maintain their medians (their 25th GPA and LSAT are both in the bottom two of the T14 and their ED class is huge)
-Apparently telling admits not to update their LSAC GPAs if they fell below their GPA target
-Also read by at least a couple posters that UVa was calling wait listers last year to judge their interest - not interviews (ostensibly to avoid offering a spot and then not being taken up on it - I.e. increasing yield)
Yeah, I know it sounds like sour grapes, and I was rejected by UVa, but I was rejected by a couple other schools too and don't resent them for at least TRYING to make it appear as though they're holistic and don't bend over for USNWR.