American law schools, once stern strongholds of the old guard, now actively seek diversity. Admissions officers are adamant that they’re not looking for applicants to check boxes or fill quotas, but rather to present their identity and life experience holistically, from multiple angles. Diversity can include race, ethnicity, sexual and gender identity, military service, socioeconomic status, faith and beliefs, disability status, immigrant upbringing or conditions of hardship. With so many considerations, who counts as underrepresented?