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 told a gathering of law school deans and professors last week that the organization is considering requiring law schools to disclose cost and employment statistics to all accepted law school applicants. The effort, dubbed “Truth in Law School Education,” is still in the planning phase, but Zack hopes the ABA’s Young Lawyers Division will consider the proposal in February.

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