Ben Trachtenberg, who has written an article about the legal ethics of law school marketing, has learned that Villanova's former Dean was recently suspended in Massachusetts for three years because he knowingly submitted false law school admissions data to the AALS and the Council of the ABA's Section of Legal Education and Admission to the Bar. Ben has posted information about the suspension here along with the June 20, 2013 suspension order.
Ben also found that the former admissions dean at Illinois was reprimanded in Washington State earlier this year for improperly altering data about an incoming law school class and for failing to adopt appropriate procedures for supervising admissions staff. That order is here.
As I noted in my original post below, we have discussed the ethics of law school marketing here for many years:
[This post was edited after it originally appeared to include the above links and to clarify the nature of the suspensions.]