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Law students less likely to get A’s from professors who are a different gender or race, study finds

August 9, 2018

An AccessLex Institute-funded research paper has found that first-year law students are 3 percent less likely to get A’s or A-minuses in classes taught by someone of the opposite gender, and 10 percent less likely to earn A’s or A-minuses when the class is taught by someone of a different race.

The paper, published in July 2018, was written by public administration professors, and based on data from a private law school, Law.com reports.

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