LAW SCHOOL RANKINGS

Say 'enough' to 'U.S. News'

, The National Law Journal

As almost all, if not all, law school deans now take for granted, the U.S. News & World Report law school ranking methodology is susceptible to manipulation and remarkably poor as a measure of a school's quality of education and contribution to the healthy development of the law. Gary Simson, dean of Case Western Reserve University School of Law, proposes that law school faculties and administrations everywhere finally say "enough" and stop participating in a ranking system that has done substantial harm and little, if any, good to legal education in the United States.

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