NJ.com:  “Law school is a ‘scam,’ the blogger wrote. Administrators are greedy ‘charlatans’ who could not care less about education, and students are but ‘hapless lemmings’ who have been tricked into paying a fortune to enter ‘America’s most overrated, miserable and saturated industry’. . . . Unemployment among new law school grads nationwide has risen for two straight years, to a rate of 12 percent for the class of 2009, according to the National Association for Law Placement. Among the employed, one in four jobs were temporary, while one in 10 were part-time.”

“For a law degree to pay off, the

[American Bar A]ssociation said in a memo, a grad should earn at least $65,000 a year. Nearly half of employed 2008 grads had starting salaries below that amount.”

Where are the class action lawyers when you need them?  Sooner or later the lawyers will file class action lawsuits against the law schools for misrepresentation, failure to disclose material facts and other possible causes of action.