In both figures the correlation is fairly similar, and positive, 0.53 and 0.51. That could be the result of many developed and transition economies not having any university in the top 200 and having relatively low professorial salaries. But, when we omit these countries, the correlation is actually even slightly higher: 0.58 and 0.53. Thus, the relationship is indeed positive (and, of course, if one were running a regression, it would not merely be a linear one), similar to the result of the previous post.
.Interpretation: countries such as
PS: to clarify that these are average data (for the higher salaries at US law schools see here).