St. Thomas law school loses U.S. News ranking after self-reporting error

U.S. News and World Report de-ranked the university's law school after the school reached out to correct an error in its own reporting. Dean Thomas Mengler wrote a letter to the magazine inquiring about its decision and expressing concerns that the decision could dissuade other schools from reporting inaccurate data.
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U.S. News and World Report de-ranked the university's law school after the school reached out to correct an error in its own reporting. Dean Thomas Mengler wrote a letter to the magazine inquiring about its decision and expressing concerns that the decision could dissuade other schools from reporting inaccurate data.

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