By now you probably know that there are lots of law schools.
Many are ranked by number of law school graduates, which has helped them attract top talent.
But some schools also rank based on a host of factors.
So we asked a panel of top law schools to weigh in on which factors make law school a good fit for students, professors and employers.
Here’s what we found:Law schools that have a reputation for attracting top talent can attract top students with a variety of credentials, and are also home to plenty of faculty with a wealth of experience.
If you’re looking for a law school that can make your résumé stand out, consider an M.B.A. or JD from a top-tier school.
And if you’re a student seeking a place where you can focus on learning, consider a law degree from a ranked law school.1.
Law schools with a reputation are ranked on a number of different metrics.
The Top Ten Law Schools Rankings is an index that measures the overall quality of law education in the United States.
We looked at the number of JDs awarded to graduating students, the number awarded to full-time faculty, the average grade point average (GPA) for students in each program, the proportion of students from minority and low-income backgrounds in each class, and the proportion that are from low- or moderate-income households.
We then looked at each school’s relative ranking relative to the U.S. News and World Report rankings, as well as the median SAT score of all students.
We also looked at a variety