Law school costs a lot. Duh.
The Florida Coastal School of Law in Jacksonville ranks eighth nationally for highest debt among graduates and is also being sued by former students.
But did you know which law schools sack their grads with the highest average debt? You probably didn't, and because U.S. News & World Report has made a franchise out of ranking every possible thing related to the sophisticated criminal enterprise known as American higher education, the magazine has also made a list for that.
Three Florida schools landed in the top ten, including that institution down the road in Coral Gables. One, the for-profit Florida Coastal School of Law in Jacksonville, which ranked eighth on the debt list, is even being sued by former students who claim the school misrepresented its graduate employment statistics.More »