cron1834 wrote:Do you have any actual data to support that, or are you just asserting it? B/c there are popular-press articles decrying the broke-ass UC system for increasing their preference for out of state, given the tuition incentives, at all levels of ed.attainment. I believe either position is possible, but in the absence of data I'm going to presume the financially incentivized one.
Looks like I was talking out of my ass.
"Q: Is preference given to California residents in the admission process?
A: Not at all. Although we receive the largest proportion of applications from California, we seek to admit and enroll a geographically diverse class each year. Admission decisions are not based on quotas, and the goal of the Admissions Committee is to admit the most compelling and talented candidates into the Law School."
Source: https://www.law.ucla.edu/prospective-st ... tions.aspx