Yale is still No. 1 in rankings by U.S. News and World Report.

Harvard and Stanford had tied for second place last year, but this year Harvard was second and Stanford, third. Duke was edged out of the top 10 last year, but advanced two spots to tie for 10th place in the latest rankings.

Here are the top 10 law schools, (actually the top 12 because of ties), and their annual tuition, according to U.S. News:

1) Yale University, $46,000

2) Harvard University, $41,500

3) Stanford University, $42,080

4) Columbia University, $45,674

5) New York University, $42,890

6) University of California, Berkeley, $30,944 in-state, $43,189 out-of-state

6) University of Chicago, $41,835

8) University of Pennsylvania, $44,330

9) University of Michigan, Ann Arbor, $41,500 in-state, $44,500 out-of-state

10) Duke University, $42,938

10) Northwestern University, $45,332

10) University of Virginia, $36,800 in-state, $41,800 out-of-state

http://www.abajournal.com/weekly/article/its_official_yale_law_school_tops_us_news_rankings