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“Diversity” at Law Schools



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At TaxProf Blog, Paul Caron presents this summary of law professors’ contributions to the 2008 presidential campaigns (including primary contenders):  

  • Harvard:  100% ($23,632) to Democrats, 0% to Republicans
  • Chicago:  100% ($14,158) to Democrats, 0% to Republicans
  • Michigan:  100% ($11,653) to Democrats, 0% to Republicans
  • Stanford:  100% ($8,900) to Democrats, 0% to Republicans
  • Texas:  100% ($6,107) to Democrats, 0% to Republicans
  • UC-Berkeley:  100% ($4,850) to Democrats, 0% to Republicans
  • Pennsylvania:  100% ($2,711) to Democrats, 0% to Republicans
  • Duke:  93.8% ($15,188) to Democrats, 6.2% ($1,000) to Republicans
  • Columbia:  92.7% ($6,390) to Democrats, 7.3% ($500) to Republicans
  • Georgetown:  91.9% ($25,990) to Democrats, 8.1% ($2,300) to Republicans
  • NYU:  91.7% ($5,500) to Democrats, 8.3% ($500) to Republicans
  • Cornell:  91.5% ($3,250) to Democrats, 8.5% ($300) to Republicans
  • Yale:  91.2% ($3,630) to Democrats, 8.8% ($350) to Republicans
  • Virginia:  77.8% ($15,097) to Democrats, 22.2% ($4,300) to Republicans
  • UCLA:  73.2% ($2,050) to Democrats, 26.8% ($750) to Republicans
  • Vanderbilt:  56.9% ($1,318) to Democrats, 43.1% ($1,000) to Republicans
  • Northwestern:  35.3% ($5,050) to Democrats, 64.7% ($9,275) to Republicans

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