Many law school deans are upset about the recent announcement by U.S. News & World Report that it is seriously considering revising its law school rankings methodology to treat part-time students' entering credentials (LSAT score and undergraduate grade-point average) no differently from full-time students. Case Western Reserve University School of Law Dean Gary Simson proposes law schools say "enough" to the magazine because of its "shortcomings in its methodology" among other things.
Commentary: Say 'Enough' to 'U.S. News' Rankings
The National Law Journal
July 29, 2008