As for the original complaint....would I want a lawyer who did not have the drive/motivation/intuition to research these stats and intstead took the school's word on these matters (when obviously the school is just trying to look good)? I sure hope if my job, livelihood, license, etc. was on the line, my lawyer would put in a little work to make sure the facts are correct. Furthermore, she goes on to take the lazy way out by blaming someone else for her lack of research of the school and blames the school for the fact that she does not have a job.
How this relates to nursing schools? Does anyone know a specific example of a nursing school that claimes a job rate that is inflated? I can think of one ad run by a for profit school that offers a "degree" in 'medical assistant.' (No, clearly not a nursing school) The husband says to the wife: "this sounds perfect for you...you know how much you like those medical dramas..." Hmmm. :eek: