'After the J.D.' Study Offers Weak Evidence of J.D.'s Value

, The Am Law Daily


It's no shock that the most recent batch of data culled from a study of lawyers who passed the bar in 2000 shows that nearly one in four weren't practicing law in 2012. What is surprising is that the researchers behind the study believe this cohort was faring better before the recession than their own findings suggest.

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    "...full-time earnings growth..."

    They keep doing that - looking at the Victors, and ignoring the Tributes.

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