2010年美国大学法学院排名

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USnews 2010年美国大学法学院排名,Peer Assessment undergrad 08 LSAT 08 07 grads Employed bar Jurisdictions assessment score by GPA score 08 student/ employed 9 months passage overall bar Overall score lawyers/judges 25th-75th 25th-75t
                                                          Peer     Assessment   undergrad    ’08 LSAT             ’08    ’07 grads Employed      bar    Jurisdiction’s 
                                                       assessment    score by      GPA        score      ’08    student/ employed  9 months    passage  overall bar 
                                                Overall   score   lawyers/judges 25th-75th  25th-75th acceptance faculty    at       after      rate in  passage 
Rank/School                                      score (5.0=highest) (5.0=highest) percentile percentile rate     ratio graduation  graduation jurisdiction rate* 

  1. Yale University (CT)                         100      4.8          4.8     3.81-3.97     169-177      8%      6.8   96.4%      99.5%     91.9%/NY     77% 
  2. Harvard University (MA)                       95      4.8          4.8     3.74-3.95     170-176     12%     10.0   97.2%     99.3%      99.2%/NY    77% 
  3. Stanford University (CA)                      93      4.7          4.8     3.76-3.94     168-172      9%      8.6  100.0%    100.0%      94.4%/CA    66% 
  4. Columbia University (NY)                      88      4.6          4.6     3.58-3.82     170-175     15%      9.3   98.8%     98.8%      94.8%/NY    77% 
  5. New York University                           87      4.5          4.5     3.56-3.85     169-173     23%      9.6   99.6%     99.8%      95.8%/NY    77% 
  6. University of California–Berkeley            84      4.5          4.5      3.7-3.92     164-170     11%     12.3   97.4%     99.3%      82.4%/CA    66% 
  6. University of Chicago                         84      4.6          4.6     3.57-3.79     169-173     18%      9.7   96.5%     99.5%      98.9%/IL    89% 
  8. University of Pennsylvania                    82      4.3          4.4     3.46-3.88     166-171     16%     11.6   97.2%     99.6%      94.4%/NY    77% 
  9. University of Michigan–Ann Arbor             81      4.4          4.5     3.54-3.82     166-170     21%     12.4   97.4%     99.5%      95.7%/NY    77% 
 10. Duke University (NC)                          80      4.2          4.4     3.55-3.85     165-170     25%     10.2   97.7%    100.0%      87.7%/NY    77% 
 10. Northwestern University (IL)                  80      4.0          4.3      3.4-3.81     166-172     18%      9.1   97.6%     99.6%      96.0%/IL    89% 
 10. University of Virginia                        80      4.3          4.6     3.56-3.89     166-171     20%     13.5   97.0%     99.2%      99.1%/NY    77% 
 13. Cornell University (NY)                       78      4.2          4.3     3.24-3.84     166-168     21%      9.9   96.8%     98.9%      90.9%/NY    77% 
 14. Georgetown University (DC)                    75      4.1          4.4     3.43-3.79     166-170     24%     12.1   94.7%     97.4%      93.8%/NY    77% 
 15. University of California–Los Angeles         74      4.0          3.8     3.49-3.87     164-169     17%     11.6   97.5%     99.7%      85.9%/CA    66% 
 15. University of Texas–Austin                   74      4.1          4.2     3.42-3.82     164-168     25%     12.9   96.8%     99.3%      88.5%/TX    84% 
 17. Vanderbilt University (TN)                    73      3.8          4.1     3.52-3.86     164-169     24%     13.4   96.3%     98.2%      80.0%/NY    77% 
 18. University of Southern California (Gould)     72      3.7          3.6     3.48-3.71     165-167     21%     11.5   93.3%     98.2%      87.7%/CA    66% 
 19. Washington University in St. Louis            69      3.6          3.9       3.2-3.7     162-168     27%     11.1   94.1%     99.7%      98.5%/MO    90% 
 20. Boston University                             66      3.4          3.6     3.48-3.82     163-166     29%     11.8   99.3%     99.7%      93.7%/MA    86% 
 20. Emory University (GA)                         66      3.5          3.8     3.42-3.71     164-166     24%     10.7   97.1%     97.0%      93.6%/GA    85% 
 20. University of Minnesota–Twin Cities          66      3.5          3.7     3.29-3.82     163-167     30%     12.6   85.4%     98.9%      98.6%/MN    93% 
 23. Indiana University–Bloomington (Maurer)      65      3.3          3.5     3.39-3.85     156-165     25%     10.0   87.2%     98.5%      90.9%/IN    84% 
 23. University of Illinois–Urbana-Champaign      65      3.4          3.6       3.2-3.8     160-167     29%     12.3   87.4%     98.7%      94.7%/IL    89% 
 23. University of Notre Dame (IN)                 65      3.3          3.8     3.42-3.78     163-166     23%     13.4   88.1%     99.0%      88.6%/IL    89% 
 26. Boston College                                64      3.4          3.7     3.49-3.77     162-165     20%     13.5   85.7%     98.1%      94.0%/MA    86% 
 26. University of Iowa                            64      3.4          3.8     3.36-3.83     158-164     38%     14.3   87.4%     99.2%      85.7%/IA    90% 
 28. Col. of William and Mary (Marshall-Wythe) (VA) 63     3.3          3.6     3.35-3.79     160-166     25%     12.2   88.2%     99.1%      83.1%/VA    76% 
 28. George Washington University (DC)             63      3.5          3.8     3.28-3.83     162-168     23%     15.0   88.2%     92.8%      94.3%/NY    77% 
 30. Fordham University (NY)                       62      3.3          3.4     3.32-3.72     161-166     25%     13.9   87.9%     98.5%      88.5%/NY    77% 
 30. University of Alabama                         62      3.0          3.3     3.22-3.83     158-165     31%     10.1   90.3%     99.3%      99.2%/AL    78% 
 30. University of North Carolina–Chapel Hill     62      3.5          3.9      3.4-3.77     157-163     19%     15.4   71.2%     98.0%      86.5%/NC    76% 
 30. University of Washington                      62      3.2          3.5     3.52-3.85     159-166     25%     11.6   92.7%     98.9%      88.4%/WA    78% 
 30. Washington and Lee University (VA)            62      3.4          3.8      3.27-3.7     160-166     33%      9.5   75.0%     93.3%      83.3%/VA    76% 
 35. Ohio State University (Moritz)                61      3.3          3.5     3.36-3.78     159-164     32%     13.2   84.3%     98.5%      90.5%/OH    86% 
 35. University of California–Davis               61      3.4          3.5     3.45-3.75     158-163     30%     12.1   86.7%     96.2%      83.3%/CA    66% 
 35. University of Georgia                         61      3.1          3.3     3.39-3.82     159-164     24%     14.4   89.6%     99.2%      92.7%/GA    85% 
 35. University of Wisconsin–Madison              61      3.5          3.6     3.39-3.76     157-163     29%     13.2   84.1%     99.3%      99.2%/WI    92% 
 39. University of California (Hastings)           60      3.3          3.7     3.38-3.72     161-165     24%     14.9   69.0%     97.2%      80.0%/CA    66% 
 40. Wake Forest University (NC)                   59      3.1          3.6       3.3-3.7     160-165     29%     10.3   78.5%     94.3%      81.0%/NC    76% 
 41. Brigham Young University (Clark) (UT)         58      2.8          3.3     3.51-3.88     161-166     31%     17.2   80.4%     99.5%      96.1%/UT    85% 
 41. George Mason University (VA)                  58      2.8          3.3     3.31-3.79     160-165     19%     14.2   96.5%     99.5%      87.3%/VA    76% 
 43. University of Arizona (Rogers)                57      3.2          3.3     3.36-3.76     159-164     34%     12.0   75.0%     95.1%      87.6%/AZ    78% 
 43. University of Maryland                        57      2.9          3.1     3.37-3.77     160-165     15%     11.9   84.8%     97.9%      84.2%/MD    76% 
 45. American University (Washington) (DC)         56      3.0          3.2     3.17-3.59     159-163     21%     13.3   87.1%     98.3%      88.0%/NY    77% 
 45. Tulane University (LA)                        56      3.1          3.4     3.33-3.76     159-163     36%     15.1   79.8%     96.5%      69.2%/LA    63% 
 45. University of Colorado–Boulder               56      3.0          3.1     3.41-3.79     160-165     22%     12.6   82.5%     93.9%      93.2%/CO    78% 
 45. University of Utah (Quinney)                  56      2.8          3.1     3.38-3.79     157-162     32%      9.5   91.8%    100.0%      80.4%/UT    85% 
 49. Southern Methodist University (Dedman) (TX)   54      2.7          3.2     3.29-3.85     154-165     29%     15.0   81.4%     98.1%      92.6%/TX    84% 
 49. Yeshiva University (Cardozo) (NY)             54      2.8          2.9     3.29-3.72     159-165     28%     16.0   80.4%     98.0%      90.7%/NY    77% 
 51. University of Florida (Levin)                 53      3.1          3.3       3.3-3.7     156-162     31%     15.4   75.8%     95.9%      85.3%/FL    78% 
 52. Florida State University                      52      2.8          2.8     3.31-3.72     157-161     33%     14.6   79.9%     99.5%      88.9%/FL    78% 
 52. University of Cincinnati                      52      2.6          2.9     3.25-3.79     156-162     40%      9.7   74.6%     99.2%      86.7%/OH    86% 
 52. University of Connecticut                     52      2.9          3.0     3.17-3.64     156-162     23%     11.3   69.0%     96.6%      90.3%/CT    86% 
 55. Arizona State University (O'Connor)           51      3.0          3.1     3.38-3.77     156-162     28%      9.1       N/A   92.3%      83.5%/AZ    78% 
 55. Case Western Reserve University (OH)          51      2.8          3.2     3.28-3.68     156-160     38%     12.5   82.3%     96.8%      80.3%/OH    86% 
 55. Pepperdine University (CA)                    51      2.4          3.1     3.36-3.77     158-162     32%     15.2   70.7%     96.6%      77.4%/CA    66% 
 55. University of Kentucky                        51      2.6          3.0     3.29-3.84     157-162     34%     15.8   77.2%    100.0%      90.4%/KY    87%  

 

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