There is certainly much debate over the U.S. News law school rankings methodology, and--in accordance with the common critiques advanced along these lines--the school has responded to the said allegations in an official statement. Specifically, the school claims that some of the alleged inaccurately reported data was simply provided "consistent with [the school's] prior practice . . . [which was to decline] to provide U.S. News with LSAT/GPA information about [its] part-time students," despite the recent (direct) request.
U.S. News is waiting for the ABA to publish its law school data on May 22, in order to "cross check Brooklyn Law School's and other law schools' statistics with the association's official data."
We will keep you updated on any developments in this story.