8/12/2013

A change in the timeline that law schools use to report employment statistics for graduates has been approved by a narrow margin of the American Bar Association's Council of the Section of Legal Education and Admissions to the Bar. Schools will now wait an additional month to determine how many graduates have found jobs in the legal field. "The interest here is in getting accurate information about graduate employment," said Rebecca Berch, a member of the council.

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