A New York trial judge has dismissed a proposed class action brought against New York Law School by nine alumni who claimed the school misrepresented its graduates’ success in finding legal jobs.

“In this court’s view, the issues posed by this case exemplify the adage that not every ailment afflicting society may be redressed by a lawsuit,” New York County, N.Y., Supreme Court Judge Melvin Schweitzer ruled on March 21.

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