Judge tosses grads’ suit against Brooklyn Law School

A judge ruled that the school did not mislead the former students about their post-grad employment prospects

A group of Brooklyn Law School graduates evidently aren’t earning impressive salaries, and they won’t be earning any money in the form of damages either, after a N.Y. state judge rejected their lawsuit against their alma mater earlier this week.

The five graduates sued the school for charges including fraud and negligent misrepresentation, alleging that it misled them about their post-law school job prospects. They sought a tuition refund, along with other damages for a class of law school alums.

Alanna Byrne

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