A dismal job market for law grads got even worse for class of 2011

, The National Law Journal


Employment rates for the law school class of 2011 hit an 18-year low, according to new NALP data. Only two-thirds of recent graduates are in jobs that require bar membership.

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  • Lulaine

    These statistics are only going to help the plaintiffs who are suing the law schools. This is because these statistics are what the basis of their case is and that is the statistics of what is successful for a law school and a law student are very different. They have to be changed. This is basically a big help to them.

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