In response to the class action suit against Thomas Jefferson for allegedly using misleading statistics about employment outcomes, the school is being quoted as saying, "We've always been accurate in what we report, and we've always followed the system given to us by the ABA." Hmm. I assume that people within the ABA leadership have read the complaint and I wonder what they think about being cited as cover for what's being alleged. I wouldn't want to be cited as an affirmative defense in that suit.
The school also said, "This lawsuit is very much about a larger debate. This is part of the debate about whether it's practical to pursue a graduate degree in these difficult economic times." I agree with that, and if you've read the complaint you'll realize that the plaintifffs lawyers have been doing their research about the larger debate.