Five lawsuits against law schools brought by disgruntled alumni have been dismissed since March. But the first of the lawsuits filed has survived a motion for summary judgment. ABA Journal reports that the California state trial judge hearing Alaburda v. Thomas Jefferson School of Law rejected all of the law school's arguments for summary dismissal, including that what the school offers doesn't fall within California's Consumer Legal Remedies Act, that all the plaintiff's claims are barred by the statute of limitations, and that the plaintiff was not injured. Here's the final order (PDF) denying summary judgment. In response, TJLS's prepared statement (PDF) said "If a trial is someday necessary, TJSL is confident that a judge or jury will find that TJSL accurately reported its post-graduate employment statistics."