Law School Transparency, the nonprofit organization that helped push the American Bar Association into beefing up the consumer information law schools must report each year, has unveiled a new "LST Certification Program."

The group said it would review a law school's marketing materials to ensure that the job placement statistics provided comply with the ABA's rules and adhere to LST's own best practices. It promises "compelling graphics that appeal to today's applicants" and to bestow an "LST Certified" mark for schools' promotional materials — evidence to prospective students, alumni and others that they are "open, honest, and fair."

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