A New York law school’s admissions office was dismayed to discover this month that it had printed academic calendars for its entering class of 2006 on the back of internal admissions reports containing the personal data of more than two dozen applicants.

Henry W. Haverstick III, dean of admissions and financial aid at Brooklyn Law School, said that though the numbers were small and the information released was not “harmful” — no Social Security numbers were disclosed — the incident was no less regrettable.

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