There is a difference the above is, as Leiter wrote, "...a study that aims to identify the ten law faculties with the most "scholarly impact" as measured by citations during roughly the past four years."
The rankings that I posted are the following: "There is, alas, no reliable measure of teaching quality, even though it is an issue that is, correctly, of great interest to prospective students.? The closest we come (and it is not very close) are the national surveys of student satisfaction with teaching conducted by the Princeton Review conducted over the last half-dozen years or so"
However, as Leiter points out:
"The clusters at least bear some relation to what one hears anecdotally, from faculty who have visited or taught at various schools and from students who transfer. (Yale is a bit of a mystery on this list, but the intimate nature of the place compensates for what is not famously high-quality teaching.)"
yea i don't like the ranking that you posted because its completely subjective. students would have voted for their own professors and schools. the other rankings use at least some sort of factual statistics, the measurement of how many other professors cite them. they still may be horrible teachers but nonetheless