Law school class action to add 20 more schools to target list

March 16, 2012 The class action lawsuit suing multiple US schools over false data provided to prospective students has seen a win this week, when Thomas Jefferson School of Law’s motion to dismiss was denied.
Three other law schools have filed motions to dismiss — New York Law School, Cooley Law, and Florida Coastal. Will this be the start of a trend?

The legal team behind the litigation – David Anziska and Jesse Strauss – added 12 more schools to its target list this year, before announcing yesterday that they are planning to initiate proceedings against 20 more law schools over allegedly deceptive post-graduation employment statistics.

According to this report, the next group of law schools facing potential lawsuits is as follows:
• American University Washington College of Law
• Benjamin N. Cardozo School of Law
• Chapman University School of Law
• Columbus School of Law, The Catholic University of America
• Loyola Marymount University Law School
• Loyola University Chicago School of Law
• New England School of Law
• Pace University School of Law
• Pepperdine University School of Law
• Roger Williams University School of Law
• Seattle University School of Law
• St. John’s University School of Law
• St. Louis University School of Law
• Stetson University College of Law
• Syracuse University College of Law
• University of Miami School of Law
• University of St. Thomas School of Law
• Valparaiso University School of Law
• Western New England University School of Law
• Whittier Law School


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