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ATL March Madness: The Worst Law School In America — Bracket Released

Now that you’ve listened to the Above the Law editors draft their picks for the Worst Law School in America, it’s time to start filling out your brackets. The official ATL selection committee arranged the picks into a bracket retaining the integrity of the seeds, but otherwise shifting teams around to avoid having an editor’s teams face off in the first round.

So check out what the bracket holds….

Thomas Cooley drew a harsh draw out of the gate with Nova Southeastern. Hofstra and NYLS square off in a battle of lowly ranked New York-area schools. Meanwhile, somewhere in the ATL equivalent of the NIT, Brooklyn snickers at avoiding this pool.

What’s with the all-California pod of Thomas Jefferson, Golden Gate, UCLA, and Southwestern? Also, the battle of the Westerns between Case Western and Cal Western looks intriguing. And can plucky Yale get by Touro?

Voting will kick off Thursday, so stay tuned for that post!

UPDATE (3/20/2014, 5:30 p.m.): The polls are now open; cast your vote here.

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