Ty Ross says he doesn’t even remember where Georgia State University’s law school ranked in last year’s U.S. News & World Report’s Best Graduate Schools edition.

With this year’s edition on the stands this week, Ross’ comments — he’s a first-year at GSU — are music to the ears of legal educators, who urge students to ignore the rankings and research schools for themselves.

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