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2012 may prove to be the year of the law school lawsuit.
At least that's what some attorneys at LeClairRyan are saying. They claim that they've been tracking the "noise" on blogs and social networks for months. Their conclusion is that disgruntled law grads everywhere seem poised to sue.
Are you surprised? If you're currently sitting pretty in a BigLaw office, you're probably grateful for your law school education. It netted you a high six-figure paying job, after all. Granted, you don't have a social life. But hey, life's all about compromise. At the same time, you likely know some law grads that fall into one of the following categories:
It's not surprising that there may be a wave of lawsuits coming down the pipeline. It's also not that rare. Some law grads have already made headlines by suing their law school. Anna Alaburda, a Thomas Jefferson law grad, sued her school over their deceptive employment statistics. She claimed the attractive statistics lured her into thinking she'd have a legal job after graduation.
Instead, she graduated with debt -- with only part-time and temporary work to her name.
Maybe LeClairRyan's predictions will come true. It's easy to envision other law school lawsuits filed by disgruntled students like Anna Alaburda. The real question is -- will they actually be successful?
Meeting with a lawyer can help you understand your options and how to best protect your rights. Visit our attorney directory to find a lawyer near you who can help.
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