## Question Regarding Law School Numbers

whereskyle

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### Question Regarding Law School Numbers

About what percentage of the applicant pool does LSN typically represent?

helix23

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### Re: Question Regarding Law School Numbers

whereskyle wrote:About what percentage of the applicant pool does LSN typically represent?
You could try to figure it out partially based on some numbers provided by Regulus: http://www.top-law-schools.com/forums/v ... 7&t=198988
Also, here is the LSN data for applicants who applied to the T14 during the previous cycle (2011-2012):

Total Number of Applicants: 1630
Now it's up to you to figure out how many applicants the T14 had total and what percent 1630 is of that number. But this is only for the T14 and from last cycle. May give an indication though.

helix23

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### Re: Question Regarding Law School Numbers

Also, thought I saw someone post this, but another thread from Regulus http://www.top-law-schools.com/forums/v ... 7&t=199253
One of the main takeaways from this data is the fact that although the number of applicants on LSN only account for around 10% of the total applicant pool for any given school, they end up receiving about 20% of the total number of admits given by that school.

shntn

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### Re: Question Regarding Law School Numbers

helix23 wrote:Also, thought I saw someone post this, but another thread from Regulus http://www.top-law-schools.com/forums/v ... 7&t=199253
One of the main takeaways from this data is the fact that although the number of applicants on LSN only account for around 10% of the total applicant pool for any given school, they end up receiving about 20% of the total number of admits given by that school.
Makes sense, and I imagine that latter figure would be even higher for certain schools.