University of Michigan Law School
- Clarence Darrow, Famous trial lawyer; defense counsel in Scopes Monkey Trial
- alerie Jarrett, Senior advisor and assistant to the president for Public Engagement and Intergovernmental Affairs for the Obama administration
- Charles Edward Merrill, Co-Founded Merrill Lynch
- Ari Gold, Fictional Hollywood Power Agent on the HBO Orginal Series Enrourage
- Branch Rickey, MLB executive who helped break the color barrier by signing Jackie Robinson, baseball's first African American player
How does the University of Michigan Law School handle multiple LSAT scores? The LSAC report for an applicant who has sat for the LSAT more than once will show every score or cancellation, as well as the average score. The ABA requires law schools to report score information based on an admitted student’s highest score, and therefore, that is the score to which we give the most weight. We do, however, consider the average score as well, because data provided by the Law School Admissions Council suggests that it has the greatest predictive utility. The average score becomes less useful, though, as the disparity between two scores increases; for that reason, if you have a significant disparity between scores (six or more points), it would be very helpful to address any explanation for the difference in an optional essay or addendum.