Another loss for former students who accuse law schools of fraud

, The National Law Journal


Cook County, Ill., Circuit Court Judge Neil Cohen on September 11 tossed out a case against DePaul University College of Law brought by nine graduates who claimed the school inflated its employments statistics to lure students. Attorney Jesse Strauss says the fight is far from over.

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  • Darren McKinney, American Tort Reform Association, Washington, D.C.

    All of these lawsuits are absurd. If you were smart enough to do reasonably well on the LSAT, kids, you were smart enough to know that you shouldn't have wasted your time and money on law school. Anyone who's so much as glanced at a newspaper these past five years knows full well the legal sector has been experiencing a long-overdue and welcomed contraction. For decades, America has suffered a glut of lawyers and lawsuits, and the increasingly desperate and shameless nature of many personal-injury and consumer-protection claims, for example, make that plainly clear.

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