When researching law schools, you've surely seen the term "T14." What does this mean?
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.
While individual rankings may shift slightly from year to year, these 14 schools have always been ranked among the best; generally students from these well-respected schools have the best opportunities to obtain high-paying jobs nationwide.
Yale Law in New Haven, CT has been ranked the best law school in the country since U.S. News and World Report began its rankings.
Harvard Law in Cambridge, MA is consistently one of the most selective law schools in the country.
Chicago Law along Lake Michigan is perhaps best known for its focus on theoretical law and its intellectual atmosphere.