U.S. News & World Report tweaks its law school ranking formula in response to criticism from law deans. More than a dozen prominent schools halted cooperation with the publication’s annual listing. The revisions include giving more weight to steps schools take to promote public-service careers. Law dean: “The devil is in the details”. Law school leaders are gathering this week in San Diego for a meeting of the Association of American Law Schools.
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