My head has been spinning from all of those law school rankings. It used to be so simple—just pick your school according to U.S. News & World Report and be done with it. Now everyone’s grandmother seems to have an angle on law school rankings.
Above the Law has just thrown its hat into this mess with its own list of top 50 law schools based on a readers’ survey. It is refreshingly simple—it’s all about how graduates fare in the legal job market. As ATL aptly puts it: “Most people attend law school to obtain jobs as lawyers. (Not butchers or bakers, or candlestick makers.)”
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