Law school falsified jobs data, according to ex-employee

A former career services staffer at the Thomas Jefferson School of Law says the school misled students about their post-grad employment prospects

Law school graduates suing the Thomas Jefferson School of Law (TJSL) for allegedly misleading jobs data now have an unexpected ally: a former career-services employee who accused the school in court of distorting its employment statistics.

Karen Grant was assistant director of career services at the school from 2006 to 2007. As part of her job, she surveyed recent TJSL graduates about their employment status. The school then reported the compiled statistics to the American Bar Association and the Association for Legal Career Professionals.

Alanna Byrne

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