I think that if Princeton tried to start a law school in this day and age, that they would have virtually no problems moving rapidly up the ranks. Seriously, I could imagine Princeton in the top 20 in less than 5 years, and in the t14 not much later. Princeton oozes prestige, has a huge endowment, and a great deal of alumni loyalty. With the proper planning, Princeton Law could have an all star faculty before opening its doors. If they were to give professors the latitude to teach in other departments, I could see many scholars going for it. The two biggest problems it would face, that I can think of, are: 1) It would take some time to obtain a significant number of law books. 2) It would take a while to build up a Princeton Law alumni presence. Still, it would rock to be part of Princeton Law's first graduating class
I dunno, maybe I am just dreaming
I thought he was trying to go to Princeton undergrad.
And Random, but--Didn't Carlton try to go to Princeton Law on the Fresh Prince of Belair?