Monday wrote:

HLS 25th - 170

170 and up: -3%, or 2288 potential applicants from approx. 2364 last year

HLS 50th - 172

172 and up: -17%, or 1145 potential applicants from approx. 1380 last year

(173 median for Class of 2020 looks unlikely as it's -15.5%, or 843 applicants from approx. 998 last year)

HLS 75th - 175

175 and up: -20.5%, or 371 potential applicants from approx. 467 last year

Assuming that HLS makes offers (approx. 900 based on past statements) consistent with their desired medians (which they probably don't--they probably make more offers to high-stat applicants), that means they'd admit about:

225 people below 170 (out of ~14,000 [assuming LSAT floor of ~155])

225 people w/ 170-172 (out of ~1,400)

225 people w/ 173-175 (out of ~600)

225 people w/ 176-180 (out of ~250)

Caveat: I have no idea how percentiles or almost anything else works.