Prospective law students hoping to land a job at a top-grossing law firm upon graduation may want to broaden their law school search a bit, according to a new ranking of the top Big Law feeder schools that suggests some institutions outside the T14 can lead to impressive salaries—without equally impressive student debt.

The University of Chicago School of Law topped the list compiled by GradReports, which, according to its website, provides salary scores for over 2,200 colleges across 334 majors, salary-driven rankings, and reviews from current students and alumni.

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