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June 11, 2013

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Lois Turner

From the class of 2012 at this wonderful school, only 35.9% (183 out of 510) had a full-time,long-term job that required a law degree nine months after graduation -- mostly with firms of 10 lawyers or fewer. Over 25% were unemployed.

http://www.lstscorereports.com/?school=floridacoastal&show=ABA

Good luck (or should that be goodluck) Mr. Ogene!

anon

Curious whether the Dean was chosen with faculty involvement, considering the allegations against Infilaw in the Phoenix lawsuit filed last week, available here:

http://www.abajournal.com/files/PhoenixlaSuit.pdf

Fleetwood MacK

An employee of the corporation that owns the law school is now its dean? This sounds like a David Foster Wallace novel. But in reality it's higher education in corporate America.

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