From ATL: “For those new to the game, the Above the Law rankings are completely outcomes-driven. We don’t care about LSAT scores or professorial scholarship or the size of the law school library. We use the updated ABA employment stats for the current year. And we limit our published list to the top 50 schools, on the theory that beyond a certain point, regional differences make ordinal lists pretty silly.” Here’s ATL’s 2018 Law School Rankings. Interesting. — Joe
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