On Monday, the Princeton Review released its annual law school rankings. The results are based on surveys of 37,000 students. Schools are ranked in 11 different categories.

Law school rankings of any kind are almost always a lightning rod for criticism and debate as to their underlying merits. (Click here for The National Law Journal‘s law schools report and here, here, here and here for rankings as compiled by other publications.)

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