Having previously mocked Harvard Law's website for putting a metatag on their website to describe the school as "The world's premier center for legal education and research," I should be fair and spread my contempt to Penn Law, which has an almost-but-not-quite as pathetic tag:
"meta name="Description" content="The University of Pennsylvania Law School, or Penn Law, provides a superior legal education through cross-disciplinary studies and our deserved reputation as a congenial and stimulating environment."Virginia's also guilty: "Founded by Thomas Jefferson in 1819, the University of Virginia School of Law is a world-renowned training ground for distinguished lawyers and public servants. Currently ranked among the top law schools in the United States, Virginia has educated generations of lawyers, instilling in them a commitment to leadership, integrity, and community service." Yale appears to have hidden their tags a little more cleverly, as they show on Google as "World-renowned school located in New Haven, Connecticut that offers JD, LLM and JSD degree programs as well as many joint degrees, including JD-MBA..." but I can't find the tag immediately in their source HTML. Northwestern favors B-school talk over Harvard/Penn type boasting: "Northwestern Law empowers students to meet the challenges of the complex, competitive, and ever-changing legal and business worlds."