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Wednesday, October 3, 2007

Weekly Law School Rankings

Aa_2 The race is getting closer, but Southern Cal's Gould School of Law continues to keep a slim lead over the Paul M. Hebert Law Center of Louisiana State in this week's rankings of the top law schools in the U.S.  It was a week of upheaval marked by some big jumps and some dizzying drops.  Penn State (Dickinson) and Alabama drop out of this week's Top 20.  Schools are, as always, ranked by ContractsProf's proprietary computer ranking software; last week's rank in parentheses.  (Right: Cal-Berkeley Dean Christopher Edley, Jr., whose school moved all the way to third this week.) 

1 (1) Southern California (Gould)
2 (2) LSU (Hebert)
3 (7) Cal-Berkeley (Boalt)
4 (8) Ohio State (Moritz)
5 (9) Wisconsin
6 (11) Boston College
7 (12) Kentucky
8 (3) Florida (Levin)
9 (4) Oklahoma
10 (13) Georgia
11 (5) West Virginia
12 (10) Oregon
13 (15) South Carolina
14 (14) Hawai'i (Richardson)
15 (16) Missouri-Columbia
16 (6) Texas
17 (20) Arizona State (O’Connor)
18 (-) Cincinnati
19 (19) Nebraska
20 (-) Miami

[Frank Snyder]

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