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Posted by: Stacey Shrader Joslin on Jun 20, 2012

A new survey by Kaplan Test Prep suggests that students considering law school are more concerned about a school's rankings than its employment statistics. When asked, "What is most important to you when picking a law school?" 32 percent said ranking, 22 percent cited geographic location, 20 percent said academic programming; 13 percent said affordability/tuition, and only eight percent picked job placement statistics. Read a summary of the study or learn more in the ABA Journal