Some thoughtsGroupings:YaleHarvardStanfordChicagoNYUColumbiaCornellNorthwesternDukeMichiganVirginiaGeorgetownWildcards:BoaltPenn (though they have become stable lately)Upard trend:NorthwesternCornellDownward trend:DukeGiven that Northwestern seems to be able to consistently raise their ranking, do you think that within about five to ten years we might see another pairing with Chicago and Northwestern like we do with Columbia and NYU, where there is pretty equal competition for students among the two schools?Also of note, do you think that Boalt's recent upward trend will continue and become consistent (like Penn appears to have done), or do you think that they will continue to be unsteady and with UCLA's slow rise, perhaps ending up very close to normal? UCLA seems to be establishing themselves as the best school in SoCal, and with the LA market so huge, perhaps they can at some point best Berkely who is the second best school in the smaller SF market.Thoughts?
Quote from: Yank23 on January 25, 2006, 01:34:50 PMIs there any way to find out historical rankings for all schools?I have data for the top 45 schools (the 45 schools that consistently been in the top 50). Check out the left side of my LSN profile to see an average of all the rankings: http://www.lawschoolnumbers.com/display.php?user=stuje1Also, you can find my excely file with all the rankings of the top 45 schools since the rankings began here: http://members.aol.com/stuje1/rankings.xls
Is there any way to find out historical rankings for all schools?