Jun 30
2:53 PM

‘U.S. News’ Prevents Law Schools From ‘Gaming’ its Rankings

According to today’s Chron, U.S. News & World Report is considering changing how it computes its law-school rankings to prevent schools from “gaming” the system by accepting students with lower LSATs and undergrad grades into their part-time programs.

The proposal has prompted discussions about the value of rankings and how some law schools appear to be trying to manipulate them. U.S. News, which currently considers data only from entering full-time students, is considering counting data from entering part-timers as well.  For more, go here.

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