Peter Kalis, the chairman and global managing partner of K&L Gates, writes that as the head of a major customer of American law schools, he has two major gripes with the U.S. News & World Report's annual law school rankings. Kalis argues that they may unfairly malign "nondesigner" schools, when he sees "little discernible difference among the top graduates of scores of law schools." He also notes concern that the rankings may be endangering law school diversity.
Gripes About Law School Rankings From a Law School 'Customer'
The National Law Journal
January 2, 2009