Sunday, December 30, 2012
Law School Transparency has filed a complaint with the ABA Section on Legal Education and Admissions to the Bar against Rutgers-Camden Law School over a recruiting email sent to a prospective student:
Law School Transparency alleges that Rutgers School of Law – Camden violated Standard 509 and Interpretation 509-4 [in effect in 2011-12]. A law school administrator made misleading statements about the successes of the school’s graduates. The same administrator also made a false statement about graduate salary outcomes when she asserted that many top graduates accepted jobs at firms making in excess of $130,000, when in fact zero graduates reported earning more than $130,000.
Prior TaxProf Blog coverage:
- LST Calls for Resignation of Rutgers Dean and ABA Investigation of Improper Recruiting of Law Students (May 21, 2012)
- Rutgers-Camden Dean Doubles Down on Questionable Marketing Pitch to Prospective Law Students (May 23, 2012)