November 2, 2012
Thomas Jefferson Law School Fires Back at Plaintiff in Lawsuit Over Allegedly Fraudulent Employment DataStory here.
November 1, 2012
Employment Outcomes for Law Schools, Organized by Region
This looks to be a useful resource. One important caveat, however: the "under-employed" category includes JD graduates pursuing an advanced degree, which has the unfortunate effect of treating JD/PhD candidates as "under-employed," since many finish the JD before the PhD. That no doubt explains the anomalously high under-employment rates for Yale (6.3%), Harvard (5.5%), Chicago (3.9%) and Stanford (3.6%), among others.