Judge dismisses suits against John Marshall, Kent

Courts now have tossed a total of five suits against law schools

The scoreboard isn’t looking so good for law school graduates who are waging war against their alma maters.

On Friday, a judge in Illinois threw out consumer-fraud lawsuits against Chicago-based John Marshall Law School and Chicago-Kent College of Law. In the suits, debt-saddled graduates from the schools accused the institutions of misleading them about post-graduate opportunities by inflating figures showing how many graduates landed jobs.

Ashley Post

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