2018 US News Ranking


EB2017
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Bhohr
UP: STANFORD AND NORTHWESTERN
DOWN: HARVARD; GEORGETOWN; COLUMBIA, BERKELEY.

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UP: STANFORD AND NORTHWESTERN
DOWN: HARVARD; GEORGETOWN; COLUMBIA, BERKELEY.
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a233
UP: STANFORD AND NORTHWESTERN
DOWN: HARVARD; GEORGETOWN; COLUMBIA, BERKELEY.


Actually, Stanford did not go up. It only managed to remain alone in 2nd place, while Harvard fell to 3rd. Same happened to Chicago, which managed to remain in 4th place knocking Columbia back to 5th. Terrible news for Gtown though, fell beneath the T14 mark.

I guess Northwestern is the only Law School that actually went up within the T14, This may be the beginning of the effect caused by the huge donation made by the Pritzker family (100 Million dollars) to the school at the end of 2015. Northwestern may keep rising in the coming years...

[Edited by a233 on Mar 14, 2017]

[quote]UP: STANFORD AND NORTHWESTERN
DOWN: HARVARD; GEORGETOWN; COLUMBIA, BERKELEY.[/quote]

Actually, Stanford did not go up. It only managed to remain alone in 2nd place, while Harvard fell to 3rd. Same happened to Chicago, which managed to remain in 4th place knocking Columbia back to 5th. Terrible news for Gtown though, fell beneath the T14 mark.

I guess Northwestern is the only Law School that actually went up within the T14, This may be the beginning of the effect caused by the huge donation made by the Pritzker family (100 Million dollars) to the school at the end of 2015. Northwestern may keep rising in the coming years...
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RV2017
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NYU is holding to that 6th stop for some time know.
UPenn also fell to 7th!
Cornell surprised me, almost exiting the T14.
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NYU is holding to that 6th stop for some time know.
UPenn also fell to 7th!
Cornell surprised me, almost exiting the T14.
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a233
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NYU is holding to that 6th stop for some time know.
UPenn also fell to 7th!
Cornell surprised me, almost exiting the T14.


Penn was already listed as 7th last year..
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NYU is holding to that 6th stop for some time know.
UPenn also fell to 7th!
Cornell surprised me, almost exiting the T14.[/quote]

Penn was already listed as 7th last year..
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RV2017
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https://www.usnews.com/best-graduate-schools/top-law-schools/law-rankings[/quote]

NYU is holding to that 6th stop for some time know.
UPenn also fell to 7th!
Cornell surprised me, almost exiting the T14.


Penn was already listed as 7th last year..


Yep, i checked here.
For some reason i thought that they were above NYU last year.
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NYU is holding to that 6th stop for some time know.
UPenn also fell to 7th!
Cornell surprised me, almost exiting the T14.[/quote]

Penn was already listed as 7th last year..[/quote]

Yep, i checked here.
For some reason i thought that they were above NYU last year.
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Shout out to my school, University of Florida, for jumping up 7 spots from 48 to 41 while still remaining the most affordable law school in the business and the king of Florida law. Meanwhile, one of our instate rivals, UMiami dropped from 60 to 77. I have a lot of friends attending UMiami and am from the area so, meaning no offense whatsoever, I am genuinely curious as to what prompts a 17 spot drop in the annual rankings (that seems a bit harsh, as what could have actually changed that much in a single year, not that I put too much stock in these rankings to begin with)?
Shout out to my school, University of Florida, for jumping up 7 spots from 48 to 41 while still remaining the most affordable law school in the business and the king of Florida law. Meanwhile, one of our instate rivals, UMiami dropped from 60 to 77. I have a lot of friends attending UMiami and am from the area so, meaning no offense whatsoever, I am genuinely curious as to what prompts a 17 spot drop in the annual rankings (that seems a bit harsh, as what could have actually changed that much in a single year, not that I put too much stock in these rankings to begin with)?
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