1) We don't even know what firms are included on that sheet, what offers might be excluded, etc.
All the firms on that sheet are firms that have interviewed at either EIW or OCI, and have given at least 6 offers within the last (I think) 7 years. So not many firms, if any, are excluded.
2) We have total people getting an offer for CLS/NYU but something like total offers (but not really, see: (1)) for Michigan. We can't compare them.
Actually, we do. I added up the CLS numbers. There were 128 V10 offers going out to CLS. There were 31 V10 offers going out to Michigan. I would do more number add-ups, but I'd rather get drunk.
3) We don't have offer distribution so we can't do anything about (2). Anon's attempt to divide by 2 and add 30 or whatever is completely meaningless.
Agreed, though this point was conceded earlier.
4) We don't know anything about offers outside OCI, which could be significant ITR bc of bidding braindamage alluded to before.
Yeah, but then again, neither do the CLS numbers, so we can still compare them. Recall, no one here is trying to measure how many people in the class are employed. If you're wondering about people who got big firm jobs outside of EIW and OCI, I bet you it's trivial at both CLS and Michigan.