Editor: Paul L. Caron, DeanPepperdine University School of Law
Wednesday, February 22, 2012
By Paul Caron
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The lawyer here basically did not read his own complaint. He says in this interview: we do not allege that the primary reason these people attended law school was because of these employment numbers; it was one of many factors. In the complaints, however, for every single plaintiff, he alleges that "had they been aware that the __ school's employment numbers included part time or temporary or non-legal employment, they would have not attended law school or paid less to attend."
Posted by: Jess | Feb 23, 2012 12:16:27 PM
I'm having trouble following the logic of your criticism. Because a person might have had a different primary reason for attending a law school, it doesn't mean that some other fact, had he or she known about it, wouldn't have been a good enough reason not to go to that school. The complaint theory, at least as you describe it,seems entirely consistent.
Posted by: Ed | Feb 24, 2012 6:31:09 AM
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