• Historically White Law Schools. Historically White law schools (9) had a higher mean Excess Whiteness than non-historically white law schools (3). The difference was not statistically significant (p=.06)
  • Public vs. PrivatePrivate law schools had higher Excess Whiteness scores (9) than public law schools (8). However, the difference was not statistically significant (p=.731).

  • Tier. Second-tier law schools had the most Excess Whiteness (11), and fourth tiers had the least (5). The difference was statistically significant (p=.01).

  • StatesThere was a difference in mean among states. The District of Columbia had the highest mean excess Whiteness (23). The states of Idaho, Maine, New Hampshire, North Dakota, Rhode Island, Vermont, West Virginia, and Wisconsin had a mean Excess Whiteness of 0. The difference among states was statistically significant (p=.000).

  • Regions. The Great Lakes, Midwest, New England, and Northwest had the lowest mean Excess Whiteness (3 points). The Far West had the highest (15) (p=.000).