Thomas Jefferson School of Law responds to allegations it lied about jobs stats

October 31, 2012 Thomas Jefferson School of Law has responded to allegations that it lied about its graduate employment statistics, calling the claims ‘meritless'.

The litigation comes as dozens of other law suits accuse US law schools of publishing misleading statistics.

Karen Grant, who was assistant director of career services at Thomas Jefferson School of Law from 2006 to 2007, has given evidence supporting the suit. Grant declares that she was instructed six years ago to report graduates as “employed” if the students had been employed at any time since graduation, rather than on a specific reporting date.

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