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Web-based J.D. and LL.M. degrees’ reputations may be rising, but they don’t seem to have arrived yet.
U.S. News collects and uses employment data for law students at graduation and nine months after.
Law schools need to take more responsibility instead of blaming others for their current woes.
You may want to know how many grads work in the legal profession, but schools don't have to say.
You can change the world and opt for a public interest career, even if you have student debt.
U.S. News will not redo the Best Law Schools rankings.
ABA's new questions on law placement don't satisfy critics' demands for change.
Ask questions about how many law students get--and keep--their merit scholarships.
U.S. News awaits word on how the ABA will finalize new reporting rules for employment data.
ABA changes will enable U.S. News to collect, publish, and use more detailed legal jobs data.