Law Graduate Sues Former Law School Over Unemployment

by Admin on March 11, 2016

A law graduate is taking her former school to court because she claims she still cannot find work as an attorney, despite having graduated eight years ago.

As Fox News Insider reports, Anna Alaburda is suing San Diego’s Thomas Jefferson School of Law for fraud. She wants the school to reimburse her the $150,000 in tuition she owes, plus lost wages.

Alaburda alleges that the school inflated the statistics for the number of students who found jobs after graduating. She says had she known the truth, she would not have applied to the school in the first place.

English speaking lawyers in Bangkok Chaninat and Leeds are experts in Thai law.

Attorneys representing Thomas Jefferson School of Law say Alaburda has simply not tried hard enough to get a job.

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