Law School Rankings in The United States

Law School Rankings In The United States

Law school rankings are a specific subset of college and university rankings dealing specifically with law schools. Like college and university rankings, law school rankings can be based on empirical data, subjectively-perceived qualitative data (often survey research of educators, law professors, lawyers, students, or others), or some combination of these.

Such rankings are often consulted by prospective students as they choose which schools they will apply to or which school they will attend.

Read more about Law School Rankings In The United States:  Rankings By U.S. News and World Report, Criticisms of Rankings, Impact of Rankings, Alternatives To The U.S. News Rankings

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... survey site Vault.com released its first set of law school rankings in 2008 ... As of 2008, only the law schools with the top 25 cumulative scores received recognition ...

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