Judge rejects fraud claims against two law schools

, The National Law Journal

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The John Marshall Law School and Chicago-Kent College of Law have become the latest to see fraud litigation brought by recent graduates rejected by a judge.

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  • mrothmel

    I graduated from IIT-Chicago Kent. This is the first time I have seen my law school mentioned in any article in New Jersey. That's what Chicago is all about.

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