Law Schools Deceiving Students

In an article about how law schools deceive prospective students, one way astonished me. Thomas Jefferson School of Law in San Diego reported that 92% of their graduates are employed 9 months after graduation. That 92% included the 25% of the students they couldn’t locate. Which is in accord with the guidelines, said the associate dean of student affairs.

3 Replies to “Law Schools Deceiving Students”

  1. That didn’t shock me as much as the “since employment is going to be measured on Feb 15, let’s offer them temp jobs for the month of February” gambit. What a scummy pyramid scheme.

  2. “92% of their graduates are employed ” might also means that 8% of their graduates, when tracked down and oferred six week jobs to cover the period of the study, declined them.

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