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I don't know anything about this actually, though. Just wanted to point out a hole in your argument.
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I think it's an overstatement to claim that most URMs are likely to graduate below median. The LSAT doesn't predict performance as well as that. The rule that holds for all other applicants probably holds for URMs as well: your actual performance is impossible to predict, even with a fairly large LSAT disparity with the rest of the population, so the best bet is to go to the highest-ranking school possible.
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By the way, affirmative action debates are not allowed in on-topic forums.
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