Thursday, June 28, 2007
So reports The National Law Journal. Nothing is to be gained from such a strategy, in my view, since U.S. News has shown its willingness in the past to simply "fill in the blanks" with their best guess for data schools won't provide (this is what the magazine has done for years with Reed College, which has boycotted for many years the college rankings). The real solution to the U.S. News problem is for other rankings to proliferate. It would help, in particular, if other commercial publications would enter the fray.