Yale Remains Atop US News’ List of the Best Law Schools

, The National Law Journal


Yale Law School remained the best law school in the United States, according to rankings released Tuesday by U.S. News & World Report, while Stanford Law School moved up one spot to tie Harvard Law School at No. 2.

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  • Alex B.

    You omit a very significant reason for Howard‘s improvement: affirmative action and pressure on firms to hire blacks regardless of merit. Howard‘s LSAT and GPA thresholds are very low and when you look at the job placement of predominantly white law schools with the same statistics, you see the glaring explanation for the discrepancy in job placement.

    It‘s not their "focus on corporate leaders and social justice."

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