Apr
2002

The Consus Group: Composite Law School Rankings (2002)

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Harvard Law School
1. Harvard Law School  
2. Yale Law School  
3. Stanford Law School  
4. The University of Chicago Law School  
5. Columbia Law School  
6. New York University School of Law  
7. Boalt Hall (University of California, Berkeley)  
8. University of Virginia School of Law  
8. University of Michigan Law School  
10. University of Pennsylvania Law School  
11. Georgetown University Law Center  
11. Northwestern University School of Law  
11. UCLA School of Law  
14. Cornell Law School  
15. Duke University School of Law  
16. University of Texas School of Law  
17. University of Southern California Law School  
18. Fordham University School of Law  
19. Boston College Law School  
20. The George Washington University Law School  
21. Boston University School of Law  
22. Vanderbilt University Law School  
23. University of Minnesota Law School  
24. University of Washington School of Law  
25. George Mason University School of Law  
26. Hastings College of the Law (University of California)  
27. Washington and Lee University School of Law  
28. Notre Dame Law School  
29. William and Mary School of Law  
30. Washington University School of Law  
30. University of North Carolina Law School  
30. University of Illinois College of Law  
33. James E. Rogers College of Law (University of Arizona)  
34. Benjamin N. Cardozo School of Law (Yeshiva University)  
35. Emory University School of Law  
36. University of California, Davis School of Law  
37. University of Georgia School of Law  
38. The University of Wisconsin Law School  
39. The University of Iowa College of Law  
40. Brooklyn Law School  
40. Rutgers School of Law, Newark  
42. University of Connecticut School of Law  
43. American University Washington College of Law  
44. University of Colorado at Boulder School of Law  
44. University of Houston Law Center  
46. Loyola University Chicago School of Law  
46. J. Reuben Clark Law School (Brigham Young University)  
48. Moritz College of Law (The Ohio State University)  
48. Dedman School of Law (Southern Methodist University)  
50. University of San Diego School of Law  
51. University of Pittsburgh School of Law  
52. Wake Forest University School of Law  
52. Arizona State University College of Law  
52. Tulane Law School  
55. S.J. Quinney College of Law (University of Utah)  
55. St. John’s University School of Law  
57. Loyola Law School  
57. Baylor Law School  
59. Indiana University School of Law  
60. Georgia State University College of Law  
61. Hofstra University School of Law  
62. Rutgers School of Law, Camden  
62. Temple University James E. Beasley School of Law  
64. Santa Clara University School of Law  
64. University of Maryland School of Law  
66. The Catholic University of America School of Law  
66. The University of Alabama School of Law  
68. Northeastern University School of Law  
68. University of Cincinnati School of Law  
70. University of Richmond School of Law  
70. Case Western Reserve University School of Law  
72. The University of Florida Fredric G. Levin College of Law  
72. University of San Francisco School of Law  
74. Chicago-Kent College of Law  
74. Seton Hall University School of Law  
76. Villanova University School of Law  
76. The University of Memphis School of Law  
78. Texas Tech University School of Law  
78. University of Tennessee College of Law  
78. Louis D. Brandeis School of Law at the University of Louisville  
78. University of Kentucky College of Law  
82. The William S. Richardson School of Law (University of Hawaii)  
82. Florida State University College of Law  
82. University of South Carolina School of Law  
85. Pepperdine University School of Law  
85. University of Kansas School of Law  
85. Lewis & Clark Law School  
88. University of Miami School of Law  
89. University at Buffalo Law School  
89. Indiana University School of Law at Indianapolis  
89. University of Oregon School of Law  
89. The University of Oklahoma College of Law  
93. DePaul University College of Law  
93. Pace Law School  
95. Saint Louis University Law School  
95. The University of Mississippi School of Law  
97. Wayne State University Law School  
98. Marquette University Law School  
98. The University of New Mexico School of Law  
100. Syracuse University College of Law  

The Consus Group uses the following methodology to compile its law school rankings:

  • Published Rankings: Published Rankings reflect current and historical ratings by numerous sources. An institution’s aggregate published ranking comprises 50% of its overall score.
  • Selectivity: Selectivity measures the quality of law schools’ admitted candidates. Selectivity is based on the percent of applicants admitted (40% of composite selectivity score), LSAT scores (35% of composite), and GPAs (25% of composite). An institution’s composite selectivity comprises 25% of its overall score.
  • Salary: Salary measures historical and current starting salaries of a given school’s graduates. Salary comprises 10% of an institution’s overall score.
  • Placement: Placement measures historical and current success a given school has placing its graduates. Placement comprises 10% of an institution’s overall score.
  • Yield: Yield reflects the percentage of admitted candidates that matriculate to the admitting university. An institution’s yield comprises 5% of its overall score.

While many law school rankings fluctuate wildly from year to year, TCG’s comprehensive methodology produces a stable, accurate picture of America’s best law schools.

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