ABA: Only 55 percent of law grads found full-time law jobs

, The National Law Journal

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Only slightly more than half of 2011 law school graduates found full-time, long-term jobs that require bar passage nine months after they graduated, according to employment figures released on June 18 by the American Bar Association.

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    No sympathy - the facts have been available for many years that getting a law degree is, at best, a crap shoot. The ABA should be tightening up both the credentialing requirements for law schools AND shoulencouraging the state Bars to make their bar exam pass rates much lower.

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