ABA Cancels Law School Deans’ Request To Extend Deadline For Reporting Job Statistics Due To COVID-19


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We must not try to hide some of the problems caused by the epidemic.

William Adams, Managing Director of ABA Accreditation and Legal Education, in comments made during a recent ABA board meeting, regarding a request by the deans of law schools in New York, New Jersey, and California that Employment data deadlines for final law graduates are postponed From March to June due to disruptions caused by the epidemic. As Adams went on to explain, the admission deadlines for many law schools fall between April and early summer, with deadlines pushed back for statements. It will not help consumers before the law Make their decisions in law school. for every ABA Magazine, Adams noted that when the jobs statistics are released, they will include a statement “showing that the epidemic has affected both traffic and employment numbers.”


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