Law School Debt Pushes Some from Public Interest Law

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http://www.nytimes.com/2003/09/12/national/12LAW.html?hp Often saddled with huge debts taken on to pay for their legal educations, more and more law school graduates are finding it hard to work in low-paying positions as public defenders, legal aid lawyers and prosecutors, says the New York Times. Even more than tuition at other schools, the cost of legal education . . .

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