Griffin Counsel P.C.

MULTISTATE BAR EXAMINATION: DATA, ANALYSIS, AND RANKINGS

This ebook analyzes Multistate Bar Examination (“MBE”) data over many years and from schools of varying strength. Although focusing on the top 14 (“T14”) law schools its observations apply to law schools generally. Among its key features is its analysis of New York and California bar data, the nation’s most popular and challenging, respectively, and specifically how the MBE thresholds in those jurisdictions stratify the T14. It also illustrates that regardless of a bar examinee’s law school or law school performance, his MBE performance is the most valid measure of his ability, ranking him within his law school, his state, and nationally. 237 pages including charts. Price: $60.00





ACHIEVING DIVERSITY IN COLLEGE ADMISSIONS WITHOUT REFERENCE TO RACE AND WHY IT MATTERS

As the U.S. Supreme Court has rendered race as a factor in college admissions unconstitutional this eBook describes in detail how schools can achieve the diversity that fairly represents America’s population (e.g., socioeconomic, cultural) without consideration of race. It discusses the origins of the rights asserted by the petitioners in Students for Fair Admissions, Inc. v. President and Fellows of Harvard College, i.e., the Fourteenth Amendment and the Civil Rights Act of 1964, as well as the historical events that led to those legislative and constitutional landmarks and explains why the high court’s decision leaves open the door for fair admissions for all, and student cohorts that accurately reflect the talent found in all demographic groups in 21st-century America. Price: $3.00

ASIANS UNDERPERFORM ON PROFESSIONAL LICENSING EXAMINATIONS: IMPLICATIONS FOR THE SCHOLASTIC APTITUDE TEST (SAT)

While it is acknowledged that Asians excel on the Scholastic Aptitude Test (“SAT”) and frequently exhibit great proficiency in STEM subjects, it is not commonly known that as a group they underperform against whites on both the Multistate Bar Examination and the United States Medical Licensing Examination. This eBook discusses these anomalies and the implications for SAT results, the key data evidencing ‘merit’ in Students for Fair Admissions, Inc. v. President and Fellows of Harvard College. Price: $5.00





 

About the author:

Alice Griffin received her B.A., J.D., and M.B.A., from Wellesley College, UCLA Law, and MIT Sloan School of Management, respectively. She is member of the New York bar.