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Yale and Harvard Law Pull Out of US News Rankings

Yale and Harvard Law Schools have withdrawn their participation from the key university ranking system by the U.S. News and World Report, saying it undermines the commitments of the legal profession. Despite taking the top spot every year, Yale was the first to announce this change. Heather Gerken is the dean of Yale Law School and speaks with Michel Martin about their decision.

Yale and Harvard Law Pull Out of US News Rankings

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