http://management.fortune.cnn.com/2012/ ... SF_F_River
and part of Campos' response to the quote from Columbia's dean in the above article:
It's true that the elite bar is hiring fewer people," says David Schizer, dean of Columbia's law school. "But is Columbia affected? No."
Really, at some point what is there left to say? Note that Dean Schizer wasn't making an off the cuff remark to cowed law students at "town hall" meeting, or posting anonymous snark on the internet, or mumbling something to a Jobs Creator at the bar after his fourth G&T at yet another unbearably tedious fundraising event. Instead, he said this, while on the record, to a journalist for one of the nation's leading financial publications.
Percentage of Columbia law graduates getting jobs with NLJ250 firms by year:
http://insidethelawschoolscam.blogspot. ... thing.html
There is more back and forth in other posts on Campos' blog if you are interested, but I am looking at what is going beyond the blog into other media. It would be wonderful if someone pushed these schools into just giving accurate numbers.