Law school ranking season is here, and universities across the country are engaged in a glossy marketing blitz to “educate” evaluators who can help boost or bust their reputations.

Law deans and other faculty members who review schools for the peer assessment portion of the annual ranking by U.S. News & World Report say their in-boxes are stuffed with brochures, pamphlets, virtual tours and more from other law schools that want favorable reviews.

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