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Tuesday, March 28, 2006

Princeton Review's Law School Rankings: Professors Interesting

Princeton_review_1With U.S. News & World Report set to release its new 2007 law school rankings on April 1, I want to return to a subject I previously blogged:  The Princeton Review's book, Best 159 Law Schools.  This week, I will focus on five of the quantitative rankings based on a survey of more than 15,000 students and statistics provided by law school administrators.

Professors Interesting Rating:  Based on law student opinion.  We asked law students to rate the quality of teaching at their law schools.

Here is the Princeton Review's ranking of the Top 26 law schools based on Professors Interesting (and their scores):

1.  Chicago 99
1.  Boston University. 99
3.  Loyola-L.A. 98
3.  Washington & Lee 98
5.  Kentucky 97
5.  Ave Maria 97
7.  Notre Dame 96
7.  Chapman 96
9.  Wake Forest 95
9.  Emory 95
11. Virginia 94
11. Regent 94
13. Stanford 93
13. University of St. Thomas 93
15. Boston College 92
15. Samford 92
17. BYU 91
17. SMU 91
19. Georgetown 90
19. Tennessee 90
19. Arizona 90
19. Vanderbilt 90
19. William & Mary 90
19. New Mexico 90
19. Florida International 90
19. Univ. of D.C.  90

Monday:  Princeton's Review's Law School Ranking:  Academic Experience

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