We have posted many times on the bad job market for new lawyers, recent reductions in starting law firm salaries, the movement to obtain better data from law schools regarding their graduates' employment, and the cost of legal education. This morning, NPR reporter Wendy Kaufman filed
this story on those issues. The NPR story quotes Kyle McEntee of Law School Transparency (LST). McEntee founded LST along with Patrick Lynch in 2009. LST appears to have had a major impact on making legal hiring data more transparent.