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Thursday, April 15, 2010

2011 U.S News Peer Reputation Rankings (v. Overall Rankings)

U.S. News Logo Continuing a TaxProf Blog tradition, here is the full list of the 188 law schools ranked by academic peer reputation, as well as their overall rank, in the new 2011 U.S. News Law School Rankings:

Academic Peer Rank

Academic Peer Score

School

Overall

Rank

1

4.8

Yale

1

1

4.8

Harvard

2

3

4.7

Stanford

3

3

4.7

Columbia

4

3

4.7

Chicago

5

6

4.6

Michigan

9

7

4.5

NYU

6

7

4.5

UC-Berkeley

7

9

4.4

Pennsylvania

7

9

4.4

Virginia

10

11

4.2

Duke

11

11

4.2

Cornell

13

11

4.2

Georgetown

14

14

4.1

Northwestern

11

14

4.1

Texas

15

16

4.0

UCLA

15

17

3.9

Vanderbilt

17

18

3.7

USC

18

18

3.7

Washington U.

19

20

3.6

Emory

22

20

3.6

Minnesota

22

20

3.6

North Carolina

28

23

3.5

George Washington

20

23

3.5

Illinois

21

23

3.5

Iowa

26

23

3.5

Wisconsin

28

27

3.4

Boston University

22

27

3.4

Notre Dame

22

27

3.4

Boston College

28

27

3.4

UC-Davis

28

31

3.3

Indiana-Bloomington

27

31

3.3

William & Mary

28

31

3.3

Fordham

34

31

3.3

Ohio State

34

31

3.3

Washington & Lee

34

31

3.3

UC-Hastings

42

37

3.2

Arizona

42

37

3.2

Florida

47

39

3.1

Georgia

28

39

3.1

U. Washington

34

39

3.1

Colorado

38

39

3.1

Wake Forest

38

39

3.1

Tulane

48

44

3.0

Alabama

38

44

3.0

Arizona State

38

44

3.0

American

48

44

3.0

Maryland

48

48

2.9

BYU

42

48

2.9

Utah

42

48

2.9

Connecticut

54

48

2.9

San Diego

56

52

2.8

George Mason

42

52

2.8

Cardozo

52

52

2.8

Florida State

54

52

2.8

Case Western

56

52

2.8

Miami

60

52

2.8

Pittsburgh

67

52

2.8

Oregon

 80

59

2.7

SMU

48

59

2.7

Tennessee

60

59

2.7

Brooklyn

67

59

2.7

Kansas

67

59

2.7

Temple

72

59

2.7

Chicago-Kent

80

59

2.7

Missouri-Columbia

93

66

2.6

Cincinnati

56

66

2.6

Loyola-L.A.

56

66

2.6

Houston

60

66

2.6

Villanova

67

66

2.6

Rutgers-Newark

80

71

2.5

Pepperdine

52

71

2.5

Kentucky

64

71

2.5

New Mexico

67

71

2.5

Oklahoma

72

71

2.5

Penn State

72

71

2.5

Seton Hall

72

71

2.5

Loyola-Chicago

78

71

2.5

Denver

80

71

2.5

Rutgers-Camden

80

71

2.5

Indiana-Indianapolis

86

71

2.5

Nebraska

93

71

2.5

Santa Clara

93

71

2.5

Catholic (U of Am)

98

71

2.5

St. Louis

Tier 3

85

2.4

Georgia State

60

85

2.4

Lewis & Clark

64

85

2.4

Hawaii (Manoa)

72

85

2.4

St. John's NY

72

85

2.4

Hofstra

86

85

2.4

Northeastern

86

85

2.4

Richmond

86

85

2.4

Seattle U.

86

85

2.4

Syracuse U.

86

85

2.4

Marquette

Tier 3

85

2.4

SUNY-Buffalo

Tier 3

96

2.3

Baylor

64

96

2.3

UNLV

78

96

2.3

LSU

80

96

2.3

Arkansas-Fayetteville

86

96

2.3

DePaul

98

96

2.3

Howard

Tier 3

96

2.3

Louisville

Tier 3

96

2.3

U. Mississippi

Tier 3

96

2.3

Missouri-KC

Tier 3

96

2.3

New York Law

Tier 3

96

2.3

South Carolina

Tier 3

96

2.3

Vermont

Tier 3

108

2.2

Arkansas-Little Rock

Tier 3

108

2.2

Gonzaga

Tier 3

108

2.2

Maine

Tier 3

108

2.2

Mercer

Tier 3

108

2.2

Michigan State

Tier 3

108

2.2

Wayne State

Tier 3

114

2.1

West Virginia U.

93

114

2.1

Pacific

98

114

2.1

San Francisco

98

114

2.1

Albany

Tier 3

114

2.1

Creighton

Tier 3

114

2.1

Drake

Tier 3

114

2.1

Idaho

Tier 3

114

2.1

Loyola-New Orleans

Tier 3

114

2.1

Montana

Tier 3

114

2.1

Stetson

Tier 3

114

2.1

Suffolk

Tier 3

114

2.1

Tulsa

Tier 3

114

2.1

Willamette

Tier 3

114

2.1

Wyoming

Tier 3

128

2.0

William Mitchell

98

128

2.0

Baltimore

Tier 3

128

2.0

Cleveland State

Tier 3

128

2.0

Franklin Pierce

Tier 3

128

2.0

Pace

Tier 3

128

2.0

Southwestern

Tier 3

128

2.0

Texas Tech

Tier 3

128

2.0

Washburn

Tier 3

128

2.0

CUNY

Tier 4

128

2.0

Valparaiso

Tier 4

128

2.0

Widener

Tier 4

139

1.9

Chapman

93

139

1.9

Akron

Tier 3

139

1.9

Memphis

Tier 3

139

1.9

Quinnipiac

Tier 3

139

1.9

Samford

Tier 3

139

1.9

South Dakota

Tier 3

139

1.9

St. Thomas (MN)

Tier 3

139

1.9

Toledo

Tier 3

139

1.9

Dayton

Tier 4

139

1.9

Hamline

Tier 4

139

1.9

J. Marshall (Chicago)

Tier 4

139

1.9

North Dakota

Tier 4

139

1.9

Southern Illinois

Tier 4

152

1.8

California Western

Tier 4

152

1.8

Capital

Tier 4

152

1.8

Duquesne

Tier 4

152

1.8

New England

Tier 4

152

1.8

Nova

Tier 4

152

1.8

Roger Williams

Tier 4

158

1.7

Golden Gate

Tier 4

158

1.7

Northern Illinois

Tier 4

158

1.7

South Texas

Tier 4

158

1.7

St. Mary's

Tier 4

158

1.7

Texas Wesleyan

Tier 4

158

1.7

Touro

Tier 4

164

1.6

Ohio Northern

Tier 3

164

1.6

Florida International

Tier 4

164

1.6

N. Carolina Central

Tier 4

164

1.6

Northern Kentucky

Tier 4

164

1.6

Oklahoma City

Tier 4

164

1.6

Thomas Jefferson

Tier 4

164

1.6

W. New England

Tier 4

171

1.5

Campbell

Tier 4

171

1.5

Detroit Mercy

Tier 4

171

1.5

Mississippi College

Tier 4

171

1.5

St. Thomas (FL)

Tier 4

171

1.5

Texas Southern

Tier 4

176

1.4

Appalachian

Tier 4

176

1.4

District of Columbia

Tier 4

176

1.4

Florida A&M

Tier 4

176

1.4

Florida Coastal

Tier 4

176

1.4

J. Marshall (Atlanta)

Tier 4

176

1.4

Southern

Tier 4

176

1.4

Thomas Cooley

Tier 4

176

1.4

Whittier

Tier 4

184

1.3

Barry

Tier 4

184

1.3

Faulkner

Tier 4

184

1.3

Regent

Tier 4

184

1.3

Western State

Tier 4

188

1.2

Ave Maria

Tier 4

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