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KellyFan2000
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Lawyer/Judge Rankings

Postby KellyFan2000 » Wed Apr 18, 2012 1:13 pm

Does anyone have the most recent US News rankings broken down by Lawyer/Judge assessment?

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Campagnolo
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Re: Lawyer/Judge Rankings

Postby Campagnolo » Wed Apr 18, 2012 1:29 pm

Somebody posted that stuff when the new report came out. Search for that thread and you'll find it.

legally blonde
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Re: Lawyer/Judge Rankings

Postby legally blonde » Wed Apr 18, 2012 1:30 pm

Here's the top 14: Scores are out of 5
1. Yale - 4.7
2. Stanford - 4.7
3. Harvard - 4.8
4. Columbia - 4.6
5. Chicago - 4.6
6. NYU - 4.5
7. Penn - 4.5
7. Berkeley - 4.4
7. UVA - 4.6
10. Michigan - 4.6
11. Duke - 4.4
12. Northwestern - 4.4
13. Georgetown - 4.5
14. Cornell - 4.4

KellyFan2000
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Re: Lawyer/Judge Rankings

Postby KellyFan2000 » Wed Apr 18, 2012 1:40 pm

Awesome -- thanks for sharing. If anyone has this data extended through the T25, I'd love to see it. Curious how things shake out between 14 and 25. (Peer assessment as well if anyone has it.)

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rayiner
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Re: Lawyer/Judge Rankings

Postby rayiner » Wed Apr 18, 2012 2:15 pm

KellyFan2000 wrote:Does anyone have the most recent US News rankings broken down by Lawyer/Judge assessment?


These are about as useful as NYLS's employment stats. Like those, the reporting rate is like 30%.

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Re: Lawyer/Judge Rankings

Postby bk1 » Wed Apr 18, 2012 2:20 pm

rayiner wrote:
KellyFan2000 wrote:Does anyone have the most recent US News rankings broken down by Lawyer/Judge assessment?


These are about as useful as NYLS's employment stats. Like those, the reporting rate is like 30%.


This.

Plus there's the issue that it's on a 1-5 scale. How would you rank 200 schools on a 1-5 scale?




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