The University of California, Los Angeles School of Law is the first non-T14 law school—though just barely since UCLA Law is ranked No. 15—to announce it will no longer participate in the U.S. News & World Report education rankings.

Russell Korobkin, Richard C. Maxwell Distinguished Professor of Law who has been interim dean of UCLA Law since June, shared a message to the community on Tuesday announcing the school’s intent to no longer participate in the U.S. News annual ranking of best law schools—a decision he said was made after “substantial and deliberate consultation with a variety of stakeholders.”

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