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Growing opposition to U.S. News rankings at law schools

Yale, Harvard and other top law schools are pulling out of U.S. News & World Report rankings. The method for ranking law schools “is unnecessarily secretive,” Carey Law School at U-Penn says. For some schools that opt out of answering questions, there could be risks. Law deans say U.S.

News is reaching out to them about their concerns. “They have a business to run, and right now, they have a crisis of credibility,” one dean says. University of Michigan’s law school, ranked 10th, announced a pullout last month.