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A chart of the 2007 rankings of U.S. law schools published in the April 3 edition of The National Law Journal ( “Harvard takes a hit in rankings”) was incorrect. This is the correct order of the top 10 schools, including ties, according to U.S. News & World Report: 1. Yale Law School 2. Stanford Law School 3. Harvard Law School4. Columbia Law School; New York University School of Law 6. University of Chicago Law School 7. University of Pennsylvania Law School 8. University of California, Berkeley School of Law; University of Michigan Law School; University of Virginia School of Law. Also, the article should have said that Harvard Law School has competed for the No. 2 position in the past.

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