The wait is over. Today we’re unveiling The National Law Journal’s annual Go-To Law Schools Big Law hiring report, which ranks the 50 law schools that sent the highest percentage of 2016 graduates into associate jobs at the largest 100 U.S. law firms. We gave readers a sampling of the rankings all last week, but we saved the best for last. Here we have Nos. 1-10, which include a dominant performance by the top school, a return to the top 10 by a law campus that has appeared in more movies than John Wayne, and two Chicago schools that ran neck-and-neck. For the full Go-To report—including info on partner promotions, tuition data, and a searchable database of associate hiring by law school—visit The 2017 Go-To Law Schools

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