Thursday, September 9, 2021

Congratulations Georgetown Law – Surge in Applicants and Scores

Georgetown University Law Center
During the unsettling times, it is hopeful to see some of our institutions on the forefront of higher education and public service achieving milestones. Georgetown Law and its long-serving admissions director, Andy Cornblatt, report a 41 percent increase in applications to 14,052 that allows the school to reach its class goal of 561 first-year students. It also allowed for a diverse class of 54 percent women and 40 percent students of color. And, it pulled up the median GPA from 3.78 to 3.85 and the LSAT 168 to 171.

No doubt, the effort was helped by the changes in DC that revalued public service, democracy and got Neil Katal on TV even more than usual.

Read note from Andy Cornblatt here

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