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My name is Ethan Haines. I stand in place of countless law students and recent graduates who have been disillusioned by law school employment statistics, commercial school rankings, and antiquated career counseling programs. I designated myself class representative since these students are not able to come forward themselves, for fear that vocalizing their concerns will negatively affect their careers.

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On August 5, 2010, I began a hunger strike to bring awareness to the concerns of my classmates, as detailed in the Notice I forwarded to law school administrators at ten of the nation\'s top law schools.

This website will chronicle my hunger strike, dealings with law school administrators, and feature personal stories from law students and recent law graduates. This will not be an easy feat, but I am committed to inspiring change because you deserve to have your stories told and your concerns addressed.

"Being the change I want to see..."

Ethan Haines

J.D. Class Representative

19 August 2010 ~ 3 Comments

Your Stories: D.H., Class of 1990 (Insight Into the Future)

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While I admit that things have changed in the profession over the past few years for both women and individuals with children, this story still hit me in the heart. I posted this story to provide a snapshot of what life could look like for many J.D.s if law schools do not embrace transparency. Moreover, [...]

18 August 2010 ~ 0 Comments

Ethan Haines as Guest Blogger for Center for College Affordability and Productivity

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I was honored to write a guest post for the Center for College Affordability and Productivity (CCAP), which is an independent, not-for-profit research center based in Washington, DC. CCAP exists to help facilitate a broader dialogue on the issues and problems facing the institutions of higher education in the United States. CCAP is dedicated to research on the issues of rising [...]

17 August 2010 ~ 5 Comments

MSNBC Article Highlights Ethan Haines’ Hunger Strike

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“Backlash Building Against College Rankings”by Bill Brigs August 17, 2010 | MSNBC.com (Business) As the annual binge of college rankings crests this week, Ethan Haines isn’t just fed up. He’s fed out. The unemployed law school grad launched a hunger strike Aug. 5 to protest U.S. News & World Report’s law school rankings and the [...]

16 August 2010 ~ 1 Comment

Three Stages of Starvation and Where I Stand

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When an individual undergoes a hunger strike, they essentially reject food and/or water as an act of non-violent resistance against a social or political cause. The aim of this “fast” is typically to provoke feelings of guilt in others to achieve a specific goal such as policy change. For example, my hunger strike is against [...]

16 August 2010 ~ 0 Comments

Duke Law School Dean Defends Young Lawyers

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Last week, I came across an article by Duke Law School Dean David F. Levi titled “In Defense of Young Lawyers” on Law.com. I was pleased to read this article in which he defended young lawyers and emphasized the value that we do bring to the legal industry, even though we lack the big book [...]