While New York’s top three law schools kept their place in the latest U.S. News & World Report rankings, a few schools managed to edge up the list as several others saw their positions slip.
Overall, this year’s edition of annual rankings, released Monday, brought far fewer large moves—unlike last year, when a methodology change involving graduate employment produced a major shakeup in the middle ranks.
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