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You also have to take into consideration that Chapman used[b][/b] to be the only law school in Orange County, so its improvement on the ranking system wouldve been more beneficial then. Now that UC Irvine has opened up a new law school, improvements for Chapman might not be as significant since firms in OC will be more likely to feed off of UCI rather than Chapman
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Depends on whom you ask, your options, goals, etc. There's no absolute answer at this stage. I do think Irvine will probably hurt its prospects at least a bit, even though the two schools will most likely end up in different tiers for the foreseeable future.