I'm not asking to cast doubt on this set of rankings, but I'm curious as to how Chicago has a score of 81, when Columbia/NYU have scores of 86. That's a pretty big drop, and looking across the categories, I don't see where Chicago loses the points.
Yeah, look at Chicago and Columbia. The numbers are virtualy identical. Meanwhile CCN is about to become CN because Chicago has a score closer to Penn than NYU and Columbia.
Wouldn't you expect SMU to actually do worse since employment at graduation is N/A? Does an underqualified Supreme Court nominee help that much?
Cornell dropped to only a point above GULC, but now UCLA is only 2 back. Maybe next year is the year the T14 changes, or Georgetown at least gets out of the T14 cellar.
The Dominos School of Law is debuting in T4.
The footnotes starting at 2 is a little weird so I'm still a little skeptical.
Oh, and since Harvard dropped to 1 point below Stanford, it appears as though all cross-admits must send in their deposits to Stanford ASAP.