Wednesday’s announcements that Yale Law School and Harvard Law School will no longer be participating in the U.S. News & World Report education rankings have other top law schools considering similar moves.

Wednesday morning, Yale Law Dean Heather K. Gerken announced that the law school would no longer be participating in the “profoundly flawed” rankings. Hours later, Harvard Law Dean John F. Manning announced that the school would follow suit, saying, “We at HLS have made this decision because it has become impossible to reconcile our principles and commitments with the methodology and incentives the U.S. News rankings reflect.”