Paul L. Caron
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Wednesday, October 8, 2014

2014 World Law School Rankings

QSHere are the U.S. law schools in the 2014 World Law School Rankings (based on academic reputation, employer reputation, citations per paper, and h-index per faculty member), along with each school's position in the latest SSRN World Law School Faculty Rankings):

1.   Harvard (#1 in SSRN)
4.   Yale (#7)
5.   NYU (#6)
6.   Stanford (#5)
9.   Chicago (#3)
10. UC-Berkeley (#12)
11.  Columbia (#4)
17.  Georgetown (#8)
24.  Pennsylvania (#9)
30.  Cornell (#30)
31.  Michigan (#19)
35.  UCLA (#13)
39.  Virginia (#20)
42.  Duke (#16)
45.  Northwestern (#10)
51-100.  American (#41)
51-100.  Boston University (#29)
51-100.  Notre Dame (#48)
51-100.  Texas (#28)
51-100.  Wisconsin (#97)
101-150.  Arizona State (#60)
101-150.  Fordham (#22)
101-150.  George Washington (#2)
101-150.  Minnesota (#21)
101-150.  North Carolina (#45)
101-150.  UC-Davis (#40)
101-150.  USC (#23)
101-150.  University of Washington (#82)
151-200.  Florida (#54)
151-200.  Illinois (#17)
151-200.  Indiana (#47)
151-200.  Ohio State (#69)
151-200.  Penn State (#61)
151-200.  Pittsburgh (#95)
151-200.  Temple (#32)
151-200.  UC-Irvine (#31)
151-200.  William & Mary (#84)
151-200.  Washington University (#33)

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Comments

This should be called "a survey of schools who spend a lot of time promoting their international profiles." As such, it's perfect. Beyond that, it's meaningless.

Posted by: mike livingston | Oct 9, 2014 4:27:54 AM