Tuesday, February 1, 2011
A chief and legitimate gripe of the "law school scam" bloggers is the lack of accurate employment data being disseminated by schools. When third tier schools represent to USNWR that more of their students are "employed" nine months after graduation than those of Yale, you know books have been cooked. In response to efforts by groups like the Law School Transparency project, Washington & Lee School of Law is doing its best to provide prospective law students with a true picture of how its grads fair once they enter the job market. Bravo to them.
You can read all about it, along some pretty charts and graphs prepared by the W & L showing employment data for its grads, by clicking here for Above the Law.