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This new part-time ranking will be separate from our regular ranking of the best law schools.
A Rutgers professor surveyed different fields of study to find out how many students admit to cheating.
New program would admit 5 to 10 Michigan undergrads into law school without LSAT scores.
The paper's front-page story examines the potential impact of a proposed methodology change.
Many law professors have voiced their opinions about potential changes to the ranking methodology.
Changes in the way that the ABA gathers unemployment data will also affect our calculations.
Why spend three years on a law degree when you can do it in two?
Many readers have commented about possible effects of using part-time student data in our methodology.
Only two schools continue to take "dramatic" and "principled" stance against the military policy.