- Harvey Dent
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50 just seems like an arbitrary cutoff point. Should the University of Arizona really be considered amongst Tier 1 law school while Arizona State University is not when grads from both schools are almost completely restricted to practice within AZ? There's not much of a difference in quality between rank 45 and rank 55, there's a largre gap in quality between, say, rank 25 and rank 35. I think the in-depth and exclusive law school profiles of Tier 1 law schools on the rankings page captures the differences in employment prospects at http://www.top-law-schools.com/rankings.html
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Tier 1 law schools are any school 15-50. Tier 2 is 50-100. Tier 3 and four are kinda hazy, for instance Suffolk is tier 4, Northeastern is tier 2, and New England is tier 4. But Suffolk and Northeastern will get you much better jobs in Boston than New England.
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