"we match its allure by studying the court performance (or presence, at any rate) of universities in a different setting. Exploiting data churned up by earlier posts, we will compare the number of oral arguments presented by graduates of law schools that qualified for the competition."
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Wednesday, April 8, 2015
Law School Representation Rates: Oral Arguments, 2008-9 through 2013-14
Alan Ball at SCOWstats