Students whose names begin with "A" or "B" tend to receive better grades than students whose names begin with "C" or "D." "A"- and "B"-named students are also more plentiful at top-tier law schools than at less prestigious ones. | Harper's Magazine

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Students whose names begin with “A” or “B” tend to receive better grades than students whose names begin with “C” or “D.” “A”- and “B”-named students are also more plentiful at top-tier law schools than at less prestigious ones.

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Students whose names begin with “A” or “B” tend to receive better grades than students whose names begin with “C” or “D.” “A”- and “B”-named students are also more plentiful at top-tier law schools than at less prestigious ones.

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