Each year, Law.com ranks the 50 law schools that sent the highest percentage of juris doctor graduates into associate positions at the largest 100 law firms in the country.

For the ninth consecutive year, Columbia Law School topped the list, with 285—nearly 64%—of its recent graduate class now working in Big Law. But there was still some movement among the top five.

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