OU Law School's National Ranking Moves Up Ladder
The University of Oklahoma's College of Law ranks in the second tier nationally -- up from the fourth tier a year ago -- according to the 2001 "America's Best Graduate Schools" guide just released by U.S. News and World Report.
The law school ranking is based on a weighted average of 12 measures, including reputation, selectivity, placement success and faculty resources.
"We are very pleased at the recognition of the College of Law shown by the U.S. News and World Report rankings," said Andy Coats, dean of the college. "Moving from fourth to the second tier amply demonstrates the recent improvements made at the law school, but we will not be satisfied until we …
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