Not to mention this tool wasn't even enrolled in Depaul when this "happened" 2 years ago. Not to mention the school fell 11 places the following year. Tier III here they come...maybe by his graduation!
Uhhm new USNEWs rankings don't come out until April 2008.
“I have some exciting news,” my torts professor said, beaming, as if he had just won a Golden Apple teaching award. “I just found out ten minutes ago. The Dean sent out an e-mail. Here, I’ll read it to you.” My torts professor continued:“From 2002 to 2006, the median LSAT score for fulltime students climbed from 154 to 160. That represents an improvement from the 53rd to the 82nd percentile, one of the largest percentile increases of any law school. For years, the DePaul University College of Law has ranked in the so-called third tier, which, along with the fourth tier, contains schools in the bottom half of the ranking. This year we were ranked as one of the Top 100 schools. In fact, we jumped to the 80th position. This is perhaps the largest jump of any law school in the history of the ranking system. ”Whenever the subject of law school rankings or DePaul’s Tier III status had come up in the past, my classmates had feigned apathy, but upon hearing that we had made the Top 100 list, they burst into WILD applause. -Rick Lax.P.S., Read more at LawSchoolBlogger