Rankings: The rankings of the law schools of the United States by their ranking in the Law School Admission Council’s Law School Admissions Report.
2018 ranking: 3 The nation’s top law schools The law schools ranked in the top five of the Law Schools Admission Council rankings for 2018.
Law schools ranked first, second, third, fourth, fifth, sixth and seventh.
Ranked first are Harvard Law School, the University of Virginia, George Washington University, Northwestern University, University of Chicago, University at Buffalo, and the University at Albany.
Ranked second are the University from Alabama, University College London, and George Washington Law School.
Ranked third are Yale Law School and University of Michigan Law School ranked third.
Ranked fourth are Washington University School of Law and University at Pittsburgh ranked fourth.
Ranked fifth are Georgetown University Law Center, the Massachusetts Institute of Technology, New York University, Cornell University, Stanford University, and Vanderbilt University ranked fifth.
Ranked sixth are Harvard University, Princeton University, the Washington University in St. Louis, Yale Law and Samuel Weiser School of Business ranked sixth.
Ranked seventh are the Johns Hopkins University Law School , University of Pennsylvania, Stanford Law School in St Louis, the Claremont Graduate University in Claremont, University North Carolina, the Boston University School at Albany, Columbia University, Tufts University, Indiana University, Duke University, UCLA, University Chicago, the Yale Law Law School Law School at Claremont University in New Haven, the Harvard Law Schools College of Arts and Sciences, the California State University at Long Beach, and Stanford Law Schools Law School .
Ranked eighth are the Fordham University School for Law and the New York Law School School.
The ranking of the highest law school in the nation is based on the total number of students who attended each law school.