School of Law Moves to 38th in U.S. News & World Report 2005 Rankings

George Mason's School of Law advanced to 38th in the new U.S. News & World Report ranking of U.S. Law Schools. Last year, the School of Law ranked 40th in the country, after being ranked 47th the past two years, and remains the youngest law school in the top tier. As in prior years, the law school earned high scores in multiple categories. This year, George Mason received major increases in the following U.S. News measures: quality of entering class; reputation among academics; resources invested in students; and proportion of graduates employed. A total of 177 ABA-approved law schools were ranked.