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FAILING LAW SCHOOLS
It is a common refrain, these days, that something is terribly awry with law schools. Critics charge that tuition is too high and students are graduating with unmanageable debt. The job market has taken a nosedive, and many perfectly qualified lawyers are in jobs they could do just as well with a bachelor's degree -- if they are employed at all. And some l aw schools have been accused of deliberately deceiving applicants about the quality of their job prospects -- and [also deceiving] U.S. News about the quality of their applicants.
Book by: Failing Law Schools. Review by Serena Golden, Date. August 1, 2012
LAW SCHOOL RANKINGS 2009-2012
For all 190 ABA-approved law schools, we give their rank and score
for each of the four years 2009-2012. Even more data for the Top 25.