You (and 60,000 Others) Have Taken the LSAT. Now Read This Wall St. Journal Blog: “Earlier this month [November 2009], a publication called the National Jurist contained an essay called ‘You chose law school for a reason.’” . . . Much of the essay concerns the unwillingness of law schools to provide accurate statistics on their graduates’ employment.” Related posts: Pursuing a Tax LLM Degree: Why and When? Law Students Push Schools for Better Employment Numbers LSAT: The Next “Wealth Test” of College Seniors Growing Student Loan Debts Mortgaging Future of Young College Grads Law Jobs Will Be Harder to Come By University of Illinois Comes Clean With Real Incoming Student Stats Can Law Schools Be Trusted? U of Illinois Corrects Even More LSAT and GPA Stats More Law Schools Under Fire For Reporting False Statistics Judge Tosses Suit Against NY Law School On the Net2017-06-02T21:13:07-07:00 Share This Story, Choose Your Platform! FacebookTwitterLinkedInPinterestVkEmail Leave A Comment Cancel replyYou must be logged in to post a comment.