A suit against Widener University School of Law is among the first battles in a campaign of litigation over alleged deliberate fudging of law graduate employment statistics.

The putative class action in federal court in Newark, N.J., asserts that the Wilmington, Del., school — which claims upward of 90 percent of its graduates find jobs within nine months of graduation — does not distinguish between legal positions and other jobs.

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