Atty Says NY Law School Plaintiffs Bitter Over Job Prospects

Law360, New York (March 12, 2012, 4:19 PM EDT) -- A class of New York Law School graduates are accusing their alma mater of puffing up employment and salary statistics only because they haven't landed dream jobs right after graduation, an attorney for the law school told a New York state judge Monday. 

Michael J. Volpe of Venable LLP, who represents the Manhattan school, said there was no connection between the claim that the law school had made its post-graduation employment and salary information far too rosy and the claim that it had used that information...
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