March 14, 2012 6:02 PM

The Careerist: Columbia and NYU’s Dubious Stats

Posted by Vivia Chen

Are they’re all lying? Or just careless—conveniently so?

Maybe we’ve all been too snobby, assuming that only low-ranking law schools cook their employment data to reel in gullible students. So far, at least, it’s the lower-tier schools like New York Law School and Cooley Law School that are getting hit with class action suits by former students for promulgating false job data.

But here’s the shocker: Even top schools like Columbia and NYU (number four and number six, respectively, in the latest U.S. News and World Report) may be playing fast and loose with their job numbers. Both schools had to “revise” their stats after The New York Post asked them for detailed information.

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