ABA Journal:  A recent law grad is getting some support for his assertion that the Federal Trade Commission could investigate whether law schools are violating federal consumer protection law.

Joel Murray, a recent graduate of the University of California at Davis law school, posted a paper outlining his conclusions at the Social Science Research Network, the National Law Journal reports. “Many law schools are violating the FTC Act by reporting false and misleading employment statistics,” he writes. “The FTC should begin an investigation into U.S. law schools.”