Grad Suing Over Job Stats Rejected Job, Law School Says

Law360, New York (October 30, 2012, 6:54 PM EDT) -- Thomas Jefferson Law School on Friday fired back at a putative class action challenging the school’s post-graduate employment statistics, releasing court documents asserting that one of the plaintiffs turned down a full-time, $60,000-a-year job at an unnamed law firm.

The memorandum in support of summary judgment, filed in California state court in August and sent to members of the media Friday, was filed in response to a 2011 suit brought by graduates who have been unable to find jobs in the legal industry and claim that...
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