What Do the Terms Used in the ABA's Graduate Employment Questionnaire Really Mean?

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One law school dean's spirited defense of his graduates' employment outcomes suggests that no one understands what many of the terms used in the ABA's graduate employment questionnaire mean in practice. Thankfully, statistical tools can help clarify the difference between those terms' stated definitions and what they mean in reality.

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    It's articles like these that will help the graduates suing the law schools make their case and if they are successful, it is at the very least going to mean big problems for the law schools and the entire system of legal education.

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