Columbia Ranks #1 for Job Prospects; Baylor Is Tops for Competitiveness

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The Princeton Review has come out with its tally of the "best" U.S. law schools in 11 categories, ranging from "best professors" to "best job prospects," writes The Careerist's Vivia Chen. The survey is based on surveys of 18,000 students at 168 law schools.
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