Law Schools Brace For Attacks On Employment Statistics

Law360, New York (February 10, 2012, 4:49 PM EST) -- Law school graduates are expected to file dozens of new proposed class actions in the coming months attacking their alma maters' employment statistics, and while the suits could spur more transparency in law school recruiting, the litigation itself likely has fatal flaws, lawyers said.

Fifteen law schools are already being forced to defend their employment statistics in response to recent suits from disillusioned law grads. On Feb. 1, a dozen law schools including Chicago-Kent College of Law and Brooklyn Law School were accused in proposed class...
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