Tagged: law school employment statistics
The ABA has just implemented random audits of placement statistics. The funding for these audits comes from a $250,000 fine paid by the University College of Illinois Law School in 2012. (Presumably, any fines paid as a result of these audits would help fund more audits.)
We applaud this effort and hope it helps restore faith in published law school data — placement and otherwise. We also hope the fear of getting caught by an ABA audit combined with the improving law school market simply insures these instances prove non recurring.
Best of luck with your applications!
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So after holding the money for 4 years, now the ABA decides to reinvest it into enforcement.
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