Nearly six months to the day after law schools began boycotting the U.S. News & World Report “Best Law Schools” rankings, a month after originally promising the release and a couple weeks after many prospective law school students had to pay deposits to the school of their choice, the news agency now says the final rankings will be released Thursday—with some changes to the T14.

On March 21, U.S. News gave a release date of April 18; on April 11, it released preliminary rankings for the so-called T14s, which it rescinded on April 21, after pushing back the release date to April 25 until on April 19, announcing that the rankings would be delayed indefinitely.

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