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The grade distributions were in a binder in the SRO and the library's reserve room. They aren't available online. If you have a question about a specific professor's curve, your best bet is to ask in the UVA Law Students Taking Questions thread.
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The importance of grade distribution is vastly overrated. Your actual test is the best predictor of your grade. Aside from that, the other people in your section and the test structure is vastly more predictive than there being 2 A's vs. 6 A's.