It’s time for the second annual Party Law School rankings. That’s right, apparently you can quench your thirst for a wonderful legal education without missing out on a good kegger.

SubtleDigg presents (gavel bang: Tax Prof Blog) a “quality of life” ranking, that masquerades as a list of partying law schools:

Though these rankings pages purport to rank the “party-ness” of the top 102 law schools, they might better be described as “quality-of-life” rankings. Why the misnomer? Sensationalism mainly. Don’t be too disappointed though, these “quality-of-life” rankings have far more utility than any strict “party” rankings could provide.

Check out the full methodology here. My favorite factor:

Alcohol Access

Value: 10% total score.

Based on the amount of bars and liquor stores within a one-mile radius of the law school. This category benefited schools located in large metropolitan areas.

Enough with the preamble, let’s get to the top law schools to go to if you want to have some fun for three years while placing yourself in a massive debt hole…

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