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 This data was gathered from the ABA-Official Guide, 2011 ed. The new data on women on the faculty was compiled by adding one-third (1/3) of adjunct faculty to the number of full time faculty, i.e., three part-time faculty are counted as one full-time equivalent.

School total women % w W fac
Akron 517 235 45% 37%
Alabama 547 230 42% 30%
Albany 749 329 44% 48%
American 1485 823 55% 37%
Appalachian 334 124 37% 34%
Arizona 475 225 47% 43%
Arizona State 576 240 42% 31%
Arkansas-Fayetteville 398 163 41% 40%
Arkansas-Little Rock 471 224 48% 43%
Atl John Marshall 555 284 51% 63%
Ave Maria 375 160 43% 24%
Baltimore 1103 569 52% 35%
Barry 771 346 45% 38%
Baylor 465 219 47% 22%
Boston College 814 383 47% 38%
Boston University 830 413 50% 37%
Brigham Young 447 155 35% 28%
Buffalo - SUNY 726 331 46% 31%
Cal-Berkeley 892 460 52% 34%
Cal-Davis 606 323 53% 44%
Cal-Hastings 1299 664 51% 42%
California Western 892 491 55% 37%
Cal-Irvine* (partial) 141 75 53% 46%
Cal-UCLA 1011 490 48% 29%
Campbell 405 201 50% 19%
Capital 648 295 46% 34%
Cardozo 1121 562 50% 35%
Case Western Reserve 640 271 42% 36%
Catholic 890 457 51% 45%
Chapman 547 265 48% 32%
Charleston 659 293 44% 40%
Charlotte 481 240 50% 52%
Chicago 590 264 45% 30%
Chicago-Kent 948 436 46% 32%
Cincinnati 391 165 42% 45%
Cleveland State 639 265 41% 41%
Colorado 547 273 50% 39%
Columbia 1310 635 48% 30%
Connecticut 641 291 45% 28%
Cornell 622 322 52% 31%
Creighton 484 205 42% 31%
CUNY 406 254 63% 58%
Dayton 500 210 42% 40%
Denver 1018 481 47% 39%
DePaul 1027 522 51% 41%
Detroit Mercy 730 335 46% 43%
District Of Columbia 293 169 58% 46%
Drake 467 208 45% 36%
Drexel 410 195 48% 42%
Duke 661 284 43% 27%
Duquesne 704 362 51% 30%
Elon 315 142 45% 34%
Emory 715 342 48% 39%
Faulkner 341 129 38% 27%
Florida 1106 531 48% 50%
Florida AMU 613 335 55% 54%
Florida Coastal 1605 764 48% 49%
Florida Int'l 623 297 48% 41%
Florida State 763 314 41% 40%
Fordham 1469 715 49% 39%
George Mason 697 291 42% 21%
George Washington 1632 686 42% 35%
Georgetown 1982 898 45% 32%
Georgia 694 329 47% 35%
Georgia State 673 318 47% 42%
Golden Gate 637 360 57% 45%
Gonzaga 526 208 40% 43%
Hamline 650 349 54% 41%
Harvard 1765 835 47% 21%
Hawaii 326 188 58% 49%
Hofstra 1109 540 49% 31%
Houston 898 395 44% 30%
Howard 468 284 61% 39%
Idaho 322 129 40% 38%
Illinois 617 260 42% 30%
Indiana-Bloomington 622 259 42% 32%
Indiana-Indianapolis 944 424 45% 45%
Iowa 590 261 44% 28%
John Marshall 1377 625 45% 35%
Kansas 499 199 40% 41%
Kentucky 406 180 44% 28%
La Verne 392 175 45% 43%
Lewis And Clark 715 347 49% 42%
Liberty 267 99 37% 30%
Louisiana State 598 269 45% 24%
Louisville 435 197 45% 43%
Loyola-Chicago 840 444 53% 44%
Loyola-L.A. 1287 638 50% 41%
Loyola-New Orleans 882 431 49% 39%
Maine 264 112 42% 31%
Marquette 743 327 44% 35%
Maryland 953 476 50% 49%
Memphis 420 177 42% 35%
Mercer 431 201 47% 33%
Miami 1384 597 43% 34%
Michigan 1117 486 44% 32%
Michigan State 957 374 39% 37%
Minnesota 766 319 42% 45%
Mississippi 495 215 43% 30%
Mississippi College 536 225 42% 44%
Missouri-Columbia 445 171 38% 28%
Missouri-Kansas City 515 208 40% 35%
Montana 248 111 45% 43%
Nebraska 394 157 40% 24%
Nevada 484 224 46% 54%
New England 1096 608 55% 34%
New Hampshire (FP) 430 163 38% 41%
New Mexico 351 190 54% 52%
New York Law School 1856 936 50% 33%
New York University 1427 628 44% 29%
North Car. Chapel Hill 765 404 53% 36%
North Carolina Central 601 364 61% 61%
North Dakota 247 112 45% 29%
Northeastern 604 359 59% 49%
Northern Ill. 309 141 46% 39%
Northern Kentucky 609 283 46% 32%
Northwestern 814 376 46% 38%
Notre Dame 548 231 42% 30%
Nova 1092 589 54% 39%
Ohio Northern 307 129 42% 38%
Ohio State 669 286 43% 38%
Oklahoma 550 238 43% 38%
Oklahoma City 623 253 41% 41%
Oregon 544 243 45% 48%
Pace 747 437 59% 39%
Pacific 1037 522 50% 35%
Penn 791 373 47% 25%
Penn State 597 239 40% 46%
Pepperdine 667 331 50% 31%
Phoenix 537 280 52% 47%
Pittsburgh 682 311 46% 35%
Quinnipiac 415 212 51% 41%
Regent 417 203 49% 29%
Richmond 465 222 48% 30%
Roger Williams 550 280 51% 33%
Rutgers-Camden 810 328 40% 34%
Rutgers-Newark 835 359 43% 35%
Saint John's 915 430 47% 37%
Saint Louis 967 456 47% 42%
Saint Mary's 863 369 43% 40%
Saint Thomas U 682 318 47% 40%
Samford 493 223 45% 29%
San Diego 1000 455 46% 28%
San Francisco 706 387 55% 42%
Santa Clara 1001 448 45% 46%
Seattle 1036 527 51% 39%
Seton Hall 1090 497 46% 42%
SMU 903 423 47% 32%
South Carolina 685 285 42% 38%
South Dakota 204 103 50% 36%
South Texas 1278 619 48% 35%
Southern 598 330 55% 51%
Southern Cal. 618 311 50% 38%
Southern Illinois 383 144 38% 46%
Southwestern 1052 567 54% 40%
Stanford 557 263 47% 36%
Stetson 1084 570 53% 43%
Suffolk 1682 796 47% 36%
Syracuse 603 250 41% 34%
Temple 976 451 46% 41%
Tennessee 471 222 47% 33%
Texas 1182 527 45% 36%
Texas Southern 542 284 52% 58%
Texas Tech. 637 266 42% 38%
Texas Wesleyan 793 401 51% 40%
Thomas Cooley 3727 1773 48% 37%
Thomas Jefferson 889 404 45% 49%
Toledo 493 198 40% 41%
Touro 786 378 48% 39%
Tulane 774 314 41% 31%
Tulsa 422 164 39% 41%
U Saint Thomas MN 459 208 45% 37%
Utah 400 164 41% 31%
Valparaiso 582 277 48% 34%
Vanderbilt 594 288 48% 38%
Vermont 567 284 50% 38%
Villanova 754 332 44% 35%
Virginia 1122 495 44% 26%
Wake Forest 476 199 42% 39%
Washburn 441 179 41% 42%
Washington 530 291 55% 40%
Washington & Lee 390 168 43% 25%
Washington U. 856 358 42% 43%
Wayne State 569 286 50% 38%
West Virginia 418 169 40% 24%
Western N. Eng. 538 283 53% 50%
Western State 417 208 50% 29%
Whittier 591 322 54% 32%
Brooklyn 1458 710 49% 39%
Widener -- both 1436 652 45% 29%
Willamette 426 182 43% 29%
William & Mary 626 308 49% 32%
William Mitchell 977 486 50% 44%
Wisconsin 825 380 46% 43%
Wyoming 225 108 48% 37%
Yale 613 293 48% 22%

 

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