Law School Profiles
T14 Law Schools
T14 is short for "Top 14," and is a shortcut way of talking about the 14 law schools that have remained at the top of the U.S. News and World Report rankings since the rankings started.
Ivy League Law Schools
Here is a list of the five Ivy League law schools, although note that these are not traditionally ranked the top five best schools in the country by U.S. News and World Report.
15 Bargain Law Schools
A list of 15 law schools where you'll get a great education but pay a lot less than at some other schools.
Top Part-Time Law School Programs
U.S. News and World Report ranked part-time law school programs for the first time in 2009; here are links to the profiles of the 10 best.
Top Law Schools for Clinical Training
U.S. News and World Report ranks the top law schools for clinical training. Here are its 2012 rankings with links to individual, full law school profiles.
Top Intellectual Property Law Schools
If you're interested in intellectual property, here is a list of the top law schools in the field according to the 2012 U.S. News and World Report rankings.
If you've decided to apply to schools in Boston area, this list contains each Boston area law school; profiles will be linked as they're published.
If you've decided to apply to schools in the Golden State, this list contains every ABA-approved California law school. Links to profiles will be included as they become available.
New York Law Schools
A list of law schools in the state of New York.
Texas Law Schools
If you've decided to apply to schools in the Lone Star State, this list contains each Texas law school; profiles will be linked as they're published.
Washington D.C. Law Schools
A list of law schools in the District of Columbia.
2009 Official Guide to ABA-Approved Law Schools
List of schools along with database searchable by UGPA, LSAT scores, geographic area, tuition, employment, bar passage rate, scholarships, admissions data, curriculum, faculty, and more.
U.S. News & World Report Law School Rankings
Yearly ranking of law schools by U.S. News & World Report based on factors such as quality assessment, selectivity, placement success, and faculty resources.