I just read some advice to would-be law students that left me befuddled. The advice is this: Don’t focus so much on rankings when you’re choosing a law school; instead, you should go where you know you will perform well academically.

This counsel isn’t coming from the dean of some third- or fourth-tier law school trying to drum up enrollment, but from James Leipold, the executive director of NALP . . .

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