The George Mason Scalia Law School , “which is subject to freedom of information guidelines, is not planning to withhold rankings data from U.S. News,” Ken Randall, Allison and Dorothy Rouse Dean and George Mason University Foundation Professor of Law, said in a statement emailed to Monday.

“Having said that, the rankings system needs reform, especially the subjective reputational survey,” he added.

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