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Law School Accused of Falsifying Employment Data

Thomas Jefferson School of Law, based in San Diego, is currently at trial for claims that it mislead students as to how many of its graduates had found post graduation work. After testimony from a former employee of the school last week the claims are now that the school outright lied about its graduates employment statistics.

The assistant director of career services, Karen Grant, testified last week that she had been instructed by her supervisor to mark unemployed graduates as employed if they had been employed at anytime after graduation. Further after she raised concerns about such a practice she was told not to worry and that everyone, meaning other law schools, do the same thing.

The dean of the law school denies that this practice was done.

What do you think, did the school falsify employment statistics or is the former employee lying under oath?


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