Seton Hall was ranked in a tie for No. 70 overall (with the University of Kansas).
Rutgers University was ranked in a tie for No. 91 overall (with Howard University, Illinois Institute of Technology, Michigan State University and Saint Louis University).
Yale University was ranked No. 1 overall, followed by Stanford University and Harvard University.
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New Jersey fared far better for part-time law studies, with Rutgers ranking in a tie for No. 14 and Seton Hall ranking in a tie for No. 17.
The rankings measured 192 law schools that were fully accredited by the American Bar Association, or ABA.
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