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  1. Michael Yelnosky says:

    I decided to “do my own rankings,” and I think the results have lots of surprises.

    http://law.rwu.edu/facultyproductivity/

    Nobody has ever ranked the scholarly productivity of “non-elite” law schools before.

    And next year I plan to apply the same methodology to compare the productivity of the top 10 schools in my study (Hofstra, Roger Williams, Michigan State, New York Law, Wayne State, Capital, Mississippi, Chapman, Widener, and Willamette)to the schools ranked from 51-100 by U.S. News. I expect more surprises.

  2. kuepo says:

    I decided to “do my own rankings,” and I think the results have lots of surprises.

    http://law.rwu.edu/facultyproductivity/

    Nobody has ever ranked the scholarly productivity of “non-elite” law schools before.

    And next year I plan to apply the same methodology to compare the productivity of the top 10 schools in my study (Hofstra, Roger Williams, Michigan State, New York Law, Wayne State, Capital, Mississippi, Chapman, Widener, and Willamette)to the schools ranked from 51-100 by U.S. News. I expect more surprises.

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