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Betting on Law School Becomes a Risky Play

A recent New York Times article brings readers into the life of Michael Wallerstein, a Thomas Jefferson Law School graduate with $250,000 in debt. Now, he can only find an occasional job as a legal temp, earning as little as $10 an hour with no benefits. Despite giving up a $60,000-per-year research...

One Step in the Right Direction for Law Schools

For years, law school graduates lamented the skewed economics of the legal profession. As new law schools opened their doors at a breakneck pace and existing schools increased their class sizes with abandon, the supply of fresh JDs far outpaced the demand for new attorneys. But a few law schools have...

Design Your Law School Schedule to Better Prepare Yourself for Practice

Recently the Lexis Hub posted this article about ways some law schools are changing the curriculum to adapt to demands of the legal industry. If you are attending one of the schools that is building practical legal skills into the course offerings, be sure to take full advantage of these opportunities...