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Sunday, August 4, 2013

New Website Makes It Easier to Compare Law School Jobs Data

Educating Tomorrow's LawyersABA Journal, New Website Makes It Easier to Compare Law-School Jobs Data:

A new website aims to make it easier for would-be law students to research how graduates of different law schools are faring in the jobs market.

The website is called Law Jobs: By the Numbers. It allows students to search and compare law schools’ employment rates using preset or personalized formulas, according to a review by Robert Ambrogi’s LawSites. Searches can be based on formulas used by groups such as Law School Transparency or U.S. News & World Report, or based on a user's tailor-made search for, say, full-time, JD advantage jobs.

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Thanks for publicizing this.

Posted by: Barry | Aug 4, 2013 1:25:12 PM

That is useful. Law school enrollment is down and lawsuits have been filed claiming fraudulent job and income claims for graduates. It would help if everyone had real data they could evaluate.

Posted by: Brian | Aug 14, 2013 8:55:49 PM