bdubs wrote:Duke is tiny, but I don't know where you got the 80 PT seats from or why you think LLMs are included in that source. The majority of the class has to be non-pt and Duke has very few ED accepts (or applicants) on LSN.
This is a quote from a prior duke law cycle. It is from Duke's website.
"Applicants to Duke Law this year make up the largest and strongest group we have received to date. In addition, because we enroll 40-45 students in our summer-starting dual degree programs, there are only 160 seats in our fall JD class."
So, there were 160 seats. Because the median LSAT is 170, and applicants with a 170 or above were PT'd, I'd say probably about half the class are PT admits (170+ LSATS). So that leaves 80 or so for RD or ED admits (non PT). Sorry.