You will find law school rankings as well as the GPA and LSAT scores of accepted students. Click on a school name for in-depth information on that school. If you scroll to the bottom you can find Top-5s on different metrics.
Written by a Michigan Supreme Court judge, the raw data used in Judging the Law Schools came from the 1994 Review of Legal Education in the U.S., published by the ABA's Section of Legal Education and Admissions. USE WITH CAUTION! There is some controversy regarding the author's methodology. The Internet Legal Research Group that hosts this site has 2009 raw data available about U.S. law schools.
Created by Ken DeLeon, this site provides potential law students with over 70 profiles of top law schools in the U.S.; interviews with law school admissions personnel; tips on writing a quality personal statement; information about school rankings; pre-law advice; and many other helpful hints for getting into law school.
See at a glance U.S. News & World Report's ranking of the top 100 law schools in the U.S. You can only see the numerical list without subscribing to the journal or buying their publication. The site has other useful information for pre-law students.