Law Schools on the Defensive Over Job-Placement Data

Other professional schools wonder if they'll be next to hear demands about career prospects

Ann Schertz, Indiana University

"Most schools did only what the ABA ... required" in reporting data on graduates' jobs, says William D. Henderson, a law professor at Indiana U.
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Kyle McEntee graduated from Vanderbilt University Law School in May with $150,000 in debt and a pit in his stomach. After passing the bar in North Carolina, his home state, he began applying for the few jobs he found posted but was competing with...

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