Pleas for more transparency about the cost of law school and the odds of finding a job after graduation have not fallen on deaf ears at the American Bar Association. President Steve Zack said that the organization is considering requiring law schools to disclose cost and employment statistics to all accepted applicants. And the committee that creates the annual questionnaire that law schools must fill out is examining what salary and employment questions should be included and how that information should be made public.
ABA May Join Push for Law School Transparency
The National Law Journal
October 19, 2010