Courtesy of LSAC. These are permanent residents, by the way, not administration locations. It would be more interesting to compare this to 2007 rather than 2010. Although, it is notable that Minnesota is number one, given that two of its law schools are merging.
The LSAC also has a table of test takers by country of administration, which doesn’t consider residency. Presumably some non-Americans who would’ve otherwise applied to a U.S. law school are choosing not to.