Lots of "scambloggers" think there are only a handful of schools in the top tier. Princeton Review - like, a professional publishing company - knows better. Their most recent tome is aptly entitled "The Best 169 Law Schools." Those of you scambloggers who thought that official publication book titles couldn't get more absurd were yet again wrong. WRONG. Wrong.
My favorites would include the "most competitive students" list and the "most chosen by older students" list. Of course, the greatest thing about this is that it assists the idea that there are 169 law schools that are worth going to in the United States. Granted, they're like 30 short, but they're WAY ahead of the morons who wouldn't go to Boston U. or Texas and pay sticker.
And of course it allows some of our most unique law schools to properly boast their status as a top law school.
I'm off to go buy a copy. I plan on putting it between "142 Best Days of World War I" and "195 Smartest Women Meth Addicts." Alphabetical order and such.