Law school grad suing school after not finding job
(KTNV) -- The job market is definitely tough these days. It is so tough that a recent graduate is suing his school.
Michael Lieberman went to Southern California's Southwestern Law School because he thought getting a job with a law degree would be a sure bet.
And Southwestern says that 97 percent of its graduates are employed within nine months.
But Lieberman says he has filled out hundreds of applications and received just as many rejections.
He is not alone. There are similar lawsuits filed in at least six other states.
Many legal experts are calling the suits ridiculous.