I'm a contributing writer for DePaul University's newspaper, The DePaulia:http://www.depauliaonline.com/. I'm writing an article on the recent class action against DePaul's College of Law for allegedly misrepresenting their post-graduation employment statistics (you can read a handy-dandy summary of the situation here: http://abovethelaw.com/2011/12/calling-all-disgruntled-law-school-graduates-will-you-ring-in-the-new-year-by-suing-your-school/) and I was hoping I could get some opinions from prospective law students about the lawsuit. Does something like this make you less likely to attend DePaul? How many schools do you think misrepresent their data? If DePaul is doing something wrong, what can they do to make it right? Students at other schools: does this make you view DePaul with less integrity?
If you're willing to go on the record, feel free to email me at dcm714@gmail, or PM me and we can work out the details. Thanks for your help!
And just so I don't spam the board with my selfish request: let this be a thread to discuss the lawsuit, if there isn't one already.
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