Most NY Law Schools See Moves in U.S. News' Annual Rankings

, New York Law Journal


While New York's top three law schools kept their place in the latest U.S. News & World Report rankings, a few schools managed to edge up the list as several others saw their positions slip, with three schools sliding more than 10 places down.

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Originally appeared in print as Most New York Law Schools See Moves in U.S. News' Annual Rankings

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    Interesting chart from US News includes 21 schools tied for top private sector salary. Usual suspects BU and Fordham. Underscores gap between rankings and reality: faculty, location and alumni network matter more than arbitrary rankings.

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