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August 18, 2010

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Anna

The numbers of Harvard grads going for a clerkship is low compared to Yale. It is not accurate to compare 10 out of 550, to 9 out of 200.

Peter G

Tony, Harvard Law graduates more than three times as many JDs per year (about 600) as does Yale Law (under 200). With Harvard having 10 of 39 clerks and Yale 9, wouldn't it be more accurate to say that Yale as three times as many, proportionally, as Harvard?

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