Citing “the value of multiple sources of information to students and their families,” the University of Georgia School of Law said Friday it would continue to cooperate with the U.S. News & World Report education rankings.

So far, 13 law schools have announced that they would cease participating in the rankings. UGA, which was ranked 29th on the most recent U.S. News list, is the fourth law school to say that it has no plans to withdraw from the process.

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