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RANKINGS – Fordham University School of Law is the big winner in the latest law school rankings from U.S. News & World Report released today. Karen Sloan reports that Fordham rocketed up 12 spots to land at No. 27—by far the largest jump among the top 50 schools. Otherwise, it was largely business as usual with the rankings: Yale Law School retained its hold on the top spot, with Stanford Law School and Harvard Law School repeating at Nos. 2 and 3, respectively. The only change among the top five schools was Columbia Law School moving up one slot to tie with the University of Chicago Law School at No. 4.
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