Another 15 law schools targeted over jobs data

, The National Law Journal

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The attorneys behind class actions against New York Law School and Thomas M. Cooley Law School announced plans on Oct. 5 to sue 15 additional law schools for publishing what they described as misleading post-employment job statistics.

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