The National Law Journal reports that of the 14 lawsuits that have been brought against law schools by alumni alleging that their law schools fraudulently inflated their post-graduate employment statistics, five have now been dismissed. The latest are dismissals on November 9 by a Cook County circuit judge of suits against the John Marshall Law School and Chicago-Kent College of Law. Previously, federal and state court judges dismissed suits against New York Law School, DePaul University College of Law, and Thomas M. Cooley Law School. Suits against Golden Gate University School of Law and the University of San Francisco School of Law have survived initial motions to dismiss and remain pending. A separate case against Thomas Jefferson School of Law, brought by different attorneys, is moving forward.