Category Archives: Statistics

Ruhl and Katz: Measuring, Monitoring, and Managing Legal Complexity

J. B. Ruhl and Daniel Martin Katz have posted Measuring, Monitoring, and Managing Legal Complexity, forthcoming in Iowa Law Review. Here is the abstract: The American legal system is often accused of being “too complex.” For example, most Americans believe … Continue reading

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Chen: Weighted-Average Methodologies for Evaluating Bar Examination Passage Rates

James Ming Chen of Michigan State University has posted Weighted-Average Methodologies for Evaluating Bar Examination Passage Rates, at SSRN. Here is part of the abstract: […] The American Bar Association and U.S. News and World Report’s law school rankings rely … Continue reading

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ARL Academic Law Library Statistics

The Association of Research Libraries (ARL) makes its statistical reports respecting member law libraries available free of charge on the Internet. The reports are available in several formats covering different time periods: PDF files cover 1998-1999 through two years before … Continue reading

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