Harvard Cedes 2nd Spot in U.S. News Best Law School Rankings
Harvard Law School lost its second spot in the U.S. News Best Law Schools rankings to Stanford University, while Yale retained the top spot it’s held since 1990.
Harvard, which held the No. 2 spot in the news magazine’s rankings since 1990, shared second place with Stanford in 2008 and 2009.
Overall, five schools from Massachusetts figured in the rankings.
U.S. News and World ranked 195 law schools fully accredited by the American Bar Association based on a weighted average of 12 measures of quality. Reports for each school will include the 25th, median and 75th percentile undergraduate grade point averages and LSAT scores.
The following are the Massachusetts law schools ranked on the list. Read under ranking, name, location, annual fees and students accepted.
Read under ranking, name, location, annual fees and students accepted.
#3. Harvard University, Cambridge; $48,786; 1,679
#26. Boston University, Boston; $42,654; 799
#29. Boston College, Newton; $41,818; 782
#76. Northeastern University, Boston; $42,296; 656
#135. Suffolk University, Boston; $42,660; 1,101
Check the complete rankings here: http://tinyurl.com/73w6f4r
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