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April 23, 2003


I meant to post this days ago, but better late than never: Greg Goelzhauser's analysis of the latest law school rankings offers another perspective on the tragedy of the rankings. Interesting explanation of how Mason is gaming the system. [Link via jd2b, I think.]

This rankings situation—in which the vast majority of law school deans say the rankings are meaningless, while employers often value little else—is clearly a farce. Unfortunately, I'm pretty sure this is just the tip of the iceberg in terms of the contradictions and frustrations of the law school/the legal profession.

Ok. I'll go be bitter and cynical somewhere else now.

Posted April 23, 2003 07:32 AM | law school

No way. Being bitter and cynical is what law school is all about. Well, maybe not. But it makes for good blog reading. :)

Posted by: sue at April 23, 2003 07:54 AM

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