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What is the “optimal number” of law schools?

As the number of law school applicants in the U.S. continues to decline, rumors of impending law school mergers are swirling around many North American law school faculties. (Law professor Jeff Redding, for example, writes in this blog post, “The recent news out of … Continue reading

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Broken y-axis controversy

Stunning chart, but… The @BW chart, & my e.g., w/o the broken axis. businessweek.com/articles/2014-… cc @junkcharts #charts http://t.co/Fr51K9Ky8c— Abhinav Agarwal (@AbhinavWork) December 12, 2014 Read more about this little statistical dust-up here (via Justin Fox). Addendum (31 Dec. 2014): Here is another take on … Continue reading

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