- Danny Cevallos examines a recent class-action case in which law school graduates sue their school
- Students say they relied on false statistics in their decision to enroll at the school, says Cevallos
- Cevallos: Does school bear some responsibility for graduate's job prospects if the school lied about post-graduation employment stats?
Danny Cevallos is a CNN legal analyst and a personal injury and criminal defense attorney practicing in Pennsylvania and the U.S. Virgin Islands. Follow him on Twitter @CevallosLaw. The opinions expressed in this commentary are solely his.
(CNN)In 2011, Anna Alaburda, a 2008 graduate of the Thomas Jefferson School of Law, filed a lawsuit against the school alleging fraud in its published postgraduate employment numbers and salary data. She and her co-plaintiffs allege they relied on that data in their decision to enroll at the school and claim they were damaged when they learned the hard way that TJSL graduates are not nearly so successful in obtaining employment.