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Kiplinger's 100 Best Values in Public Colleges
http://www.kiplinger.com/php/college/public.html
You can sort the schools in our survey of public colleges by in-state and out-of-state overall rank, cost, quality measures or financial aid measures. Most of Kiplinger's data comes from Petersons, a division of the Thomson Corp.

Kiplinger's 100 Best Values in Private Colleges
http://www.kiplinger.com/tools/privatecolleges/
You can sort the schools in our survey of private college values by overall rank, cost, quality measures or financial aid measures. Most of Kiplinger's data comes from Petersons, a division of the Thomson Corp.

Business Schools

BusinessWeek's 2003 Full-Time MBA Profiles
http://www.businessweek.com/bschools/03/geographic.htm
BusinessWeek's expanded 2003 profiles of full-time MBA programs introduce you to over 270 MBA programs around the globe. In this listing, you'll see a ranked school's 2002 Full-Time MBA rating to the left of its name. (Requires free registration.)

Computer World's Top Techno-MBA Programs (2001)
http://www.computerworld.com/cwi/story/0,1199,NAV47_STO64908,00.html
With the demise of the dot-com era, MBA programs, particularly those that offer a strong concentration in technology, are more popular than ever. The question now becomes: Which schools do the best job of combining good management techniques and technology innovation under the general heading of sound business practices? 

Which MBA
http://mba.eiu.com/index.asp
A critical guide with all you need to know about the world's best MBAs.

Law Schools

Educational Quality Rankings of US Law Schools
http://www.utexas.edu/law/faculty/bleiter/rankings/
This latest addition to the Educational Quality Ranking (EQR) site reports the results of a survey of more than 150 leading legal scholars; it thus replaces previous reliance on U.S. News academic reputation surveys. "Objective" measures of faculty quality--per capita productivity and citations--are still available elsewhere on this site, and these objective measures correlate rather well with the latest survey results reported here. 

Internet Legal Resource Guide: Thomas E. Brennan's Law School Rankings
http://www.ilrg.com/rankings/
If you do the math, as former Michigan Supreme Court Chief Justice Thomas E. Brennan has done, you will discover that there are many, many number one law schools in America. His study includes fifty different primary categories for ranking. Almost every one of the 179 approved law schools can be found among the top ten in one or another of the rankings. It all depends on what an individual thinks is important or what he or she wants in a legal education. 

Thomas M. Cooley Law School's Law School Rankings
http://www.cooley.edu/rankings/index.htm
The 2003 edition of the Official American Bar Association Guide to Approved Law Schools (which is labeled 2004) provides the data used in this edition of Judging the Law Schools.