Gordon Hylton (Marquette) has, in his view, made better use of the USNWR's own data in drafting "The US News and World Report Rankings Without the Clutter." He argues that "[t]he only categories that should matter in law school rankings are the quality of the students and the quality of the faculty" as measured by peer assessment score and LSAT score. His methodology and rankings can be found here. Under his methodology, the Top Ten Law Schools are:
Interestingly, he ranks all 179 law schools.