The University of Wisconsin Law School is the latest to drop out of the U.S. News & World Report rankings.
The school yesterday said it won’t participate in this year’s rankings because the rankings make it more difficult for low income students to get in. UW Law School Dean Dan Tokaji says the rankings push the school to hit the mark on LSATs and GPAs. He said that’s not a good thing for legal education as a whole. UW is not alone in dropping out, many top law schools including Yale have made similar moves.