Wednesday, February 1, 2012

Lawsuits Against Law Schools Regarding Misleading Employment Data Expands

Three complaints — against Thomas M. Cooley Law School in Michigan, New York Law School and Thomas Jefferson School of Law — were already out there. The schools have moved to dismiss the lawsuits, arguing that they strictly followed American Bar Association rules on job-placement data.
David Anziska, who filed the lawsuits in Michigan and New York, teamed with lawyers from seven other law firms to file a dozen more on Wednesday.
The list of schools includes Albany LawBrooklyn LawHofstra LawWidener LawFlorida CoastalChicago-KentDePaul Law,  John Marshall Law School, California Western, Southwestern, USF Law and Golden Gate. The lawsuits seek tuition refunds


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