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ATL Top 10 Preview

Postby Nebby » Wed May 20, 2015 10:47 am

ATL Rank 2015 (2014 Rank, Change)
1 72.19 Harvard Law School (2 ↑ 1)
2 71.84 Stanford Law (3 ↑ 1)
3 71.17 University of Chicago Law (5 ↑ 2)
4 70.22 University of Pennsylvania Law (8 ↑ 4)
5 69.82 Yale Law (1 ↓ 4)
6 66.82 University of Virginia Law (9 ↑ 3)
7 66.25 Duke Law (7 0)
8 65.32 Columbia Law (4 ↓ 4)
9 65.14 Cornell Law School (13 ↑ 4)
10 64.09 New York University (6 ↓ 4)

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Re: ATL Top 10 Preview

Postby RareExports » Wed May 20, 2015 1:14 pm

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Re: ATL Top 10 Preview

Postby Yea All Right » Wed May 20, 2015 3:23 pm

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Re: ATL Top 10 Preview

Postby nerd1 » Wed May 20, 2015 3:41 pm

Couldn't find it on the web. Could you post the link plz?

With respect to the rankings, I haven't looked at the methodology, but maybe, unlike in previous years, this year, ATL put more weight on biglaw as opposed to fed clerkships. I sense that for biglaw, the top six or seven schools give students very similar prospects.

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Re: ATL Top 10 Preview

Postby Nebby » Wed May 20, 2015 4:03 pm

nerd1 wrote:Couldn't find it on the web. Could you post the link plz?

With respect to the rankings, I haven't looked at the methodology, but maybe, unlike in previous years, this year, ATL put more weight on biglaw as opposed to fed clerkships. I sense that for biglaw, the top six or seven schools give students very similar prospects.

http://info.breakingmedia.com/law-schoo ... =654051607

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Re: ATL Top 10 Preview

Postby nerd1 » Wed May 20, 2015 4:10 pm

Nebby wrote:
nerd1 wrote:Couldn't find it on the web. Could you post the link plz?

With respect to the rankings, I haven't looked at the methodology, but maybe, unlike in previous years, this year, ATL put more weight on biglaw as opposed to fed clerkships. I sense that for biglaw, the top six or seven schools give students very similar prospects.

http://info.breakingmedia.com/law-schoo ... =654051607


Thanks! Would you mind sharing the methodology as well, if they sent you that too?

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Re: ATL Top 10 Preview

Postby Nebby » Wed May 20, 2015 4:10 pm

nerd1 wrote:
Nebby wrote:
nerd1 wrote:Couldn't find it on the web. Could you post the link plz?

With respect to the rankings, I haven't looked at the methodology, but maybe, unlike in previous years, this year, ATL put more weight on biglaw as opposed to fed clerkships. I sense that for biglaw, the top six or seven schools give students very similar prospects.

http://info.breakingmedia.com/law-schoo ... =654051607


Thanks! Would you mind sharing the methodology as well, if they sent you that too?

They didn't send anything else other than the data I linked.




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