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April 27, 2015


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Since 2010, Seton Hall's class size is down over 50% AND its median LSAT is down 3 points. Mysteriously, the largest employment category is state clerkships, which is more than three times the magnitude of the next largest category (business and industry) which itself is only a bit larger than than the category for complete unemployment. This ship is sinking.

tony smith

This was the fakest dean search ever.

Just saying...

There is no mystery to the state clerkships. These are positions that last only a year or two and then the clerks are unemployed. The NJ schools have always funneled students into these positions.

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