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It’s almost inconceivable that the deans of our country’s leading law schools would ever think their “public enemy #1” would be their own alumni base. But thanks to a recent wave of lawsuits filed by disgruntled graduates related to these schools’ advertised employment rates, this scenario is quickly becoming a harsh reality. Devastating consequences for U.S. law schools will follow if the claims are substantiated and damages proven. Hellerman Baretz Communications' Spencer Baretz offers litigation PR tips to embroiled institutions.

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