Anyone have the new USNews reputation rankings?

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flcath
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Anyone have the new USNews reputation rankings?

Postby flcath » Wed Mar 16, 2011 1:11 am

They're the only raw input data I find interesting, and I always like to see them.

Of course, I personally am not going to pay for a Gold Premium Deluxe usnews.com membership, or whatever the fuck it is I have to do to see them for myself on the site.

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gothamm
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Re: Anyone have the new USNews reputation rankings?

Postby gothamm » Wed Mar 16, 2011 1:49 am

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youarereadingthis
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Re: Anyone have the new USNews reputation rankings?

Postby youarereadingthis » Wed Mar 16, 2011 9:02 am




How can Chicago be so far down on that list?

Edit: Woops, didn't realize it was in a 4 way tie. I guess that makes more sense.

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Re: Anyone have the new USNews reputation rankings?

Postby ExpectLess » Wed Mar 16, 2011 12:14 pm

Those are separate rankings given by firms. Are you talking about those, or the peer assessment scores?

Peer assessment scores (the one that makes up 25% of the rank) is as follows:

H 4.8
Y 4.7
S 4.7
C 4.6
C 4.6
V 4.6
M 4.5
P 4.5
NYU 4.4
D 4.4
B 4.4
NU 4.3
Cornell 4.3
G 4.3

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Re: Anyone have the new USNews reputation rankings?

Postby flcath » Thu Mar 17, 2011 3:33 am

ExpectLess wrote:Those are separate rankings given by firms. Are you talking about those, or the peer assessment scores?

Peer assessment scores (the one that makes up 25% of the rank) is as follows:

H 4.8
Y 4.7
S 4.7
C 4.6
C 4.6
V 4.6
M 4.5
P 4.5
NYU 4.4
D 4.4
B 4.4
NU 4.3
Cornell 4.3
G 4.3

Ty.

Both are nice; I personally prefer the judge/lawyer assessments, but I know the response rate of the peer assessments is usually way higher (and thus more reliable).




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