Where would Dartmouth, Princeton and Browns Law School Rank?

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Illijah
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Where would Dartmouth, Princeton and Browns Law School Rank?

Postby Illijah » Wed Mar 31, 2010 4:45 pm

Purely Speculative and with no substantive grounding. Because I know that comment is coming. I think its just an interesting time waster, and apparently you did too because you clicked the thread!

Do you think all the Ivy's would land among the T14?

1.Yale
2. Princeton
3. Harvard
4. S.
5. Columbia
6. N
7. C
8. B
9. Penn
10. Dartmouth
11. M
12. D
13. Brown Higher?
14. UVA
________________
15. Cornell awww

edit: Also assuming that all programs were fully off the ground up and running.

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romothesavior
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Re: Where would Dartmouth, Princeton and Browns Law School Rank?

Postby romothesavior » Wed Mar 31, 2010 4:48 pm

Illijah wrote:Purely Speculative and with no substantive grounding. Because I know that comment is coming. I think its just an interesting time waster, and apparently you did too because you clicked the thread!

Do you think all the Ivy's would land among the T14?

1.Yale
2. Princeton
3. Harvard
4. S.
5. Columbia
6. N
7. C
8. B
9. Penn
10. Dartmouth
11. M
12. D
13. Brown Higher?
14. UVA
________________
15. Cornell awww


If this was the U.S. News 2150 ranking, maybe. Even an ivy league school would not be able to open a law school and magically appear in the T14. It takes time, mostly due to the importance of building a broad alumni base and impressing the people who vote for the reputational scores.

Also, no way in hell Princeton would pass Harvard.




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