Friday, September 23, 2011
That's the contention of this piece, which is puzzling in light of this summer's announcement. (Let me know if you spot an ABA statement/response on this issue.) A very striking line from the preceding NLJ item: "Since the turn of the century, just two-thirds of all ABA-approved law school graduates obtained jobs requiring bar passage within nine months of graduation." Mr. McEntee, one of the authors, confirms that this data comes from NALP sources.