Georgia Law ranks high on list for enrollment of African Americans
In a recent issue of The Journal of Blacks in Higher Education, Georgia Law ranked 11th in the nation for the percentage of African Americans studying at the school. Notably, the law schools at historically black universities occupied the top six positions on the list. Additionally, from 1997 to 2006, Georgia Law experienced a 100 percent increase in African American enrollment.
Office of Communications and Public Relations, "Georgia Law ranks high on list for enrollment of African Americans" (2007). Kiosk Announcements. Paper 100.
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