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Law school transparency

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Law school transparency is an active effort to provide open access to ABA-approved law school employment data and information.

One of the organized efforts to achieve this goal was initiated by a non-profit organization called Law School Transparency (LST) based in Tennessee.[1]

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Contents

Overview

Law School Transparency Project

"Ethan Haines" hunger strike for law school transparency"

References

  1. http://www.lawschooltransparency.com/mission/

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