Data Counts Law School Graduates in Full-Time, Long-Term Legal Jobs

, The National Law Journal


Of the 4,702 students who graduated from New York state's 15 law schools in 2011, only 57.2 percent had found within nine months full-time, long-term jobs requiring bar admission, according to figures released by the ABA.

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  • Lulaine

    There seems to be more and more evidence that comes out each day that basically explains why the students are justified in suing their law schools over the statistics given to them. The students are informed consumers who now seeking damages for the misrepresentation some schools have done towards them.

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