The law schools of Yale University and the University of Connecticut both ranked in the top 10 “law schools that pay off,” according to a new national survey of the nation’s law schools. Yale ranked seventh and UConn eighth in the survey by U.S. News and World Report.
The survey determined the 10 best schools […]
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