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6 Things People Think of Your Law Degree

6 Things People Think of Your Law Degree

By Julia Dunn on August 28, 2015

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Law School Debt Lowest Among BYU Grads

Law School Debt Lowest Among BYU Grads

From which JDs graduate with the least law school debt to some expert tips for deciding on the right time to apply—check out these and other top stories for aspiring lawyers. Leave your comments below.

Ranking lowest law school debt

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Law Firms Provide the Best 401(k)s

Law Firms Provide the Best 401(k)s

The legal job market continues to stagnate, law firm retirement packages remain strong, and divorce lawyers rally for clients from the Ashley Madison fallout—check out these and other top stories in our latest roundup of law school and legal profession

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Law Firm Diversity Found Lacking

Law Firm Diversity Found Lacking

From a precipitous drop in enrollment at one law school to diversifying the law firm workforce—check out these and other top stories in our latest roundup of legal news. Leave your comments below.

Braving the enrollment drop

As you may

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How Going to Law School Changed My Life

How Going to Law School Changed My Life

“I got a job!” She always knew how to make an entrance. I was 10 years old and according to my mom, this was our ticket to a new life. No more moving, no more apartments, no more repossessions—my mom …

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ABA Addresses Law School Tuition and Student Debt

ABA Addresses Law School Tuition and Student Debt

The ABA calls for more transparency about the student debt crisis, a Harvard Law School professor considers entering national politics, and underemployed graduates get a 50% refund on their law school tuition. Check out these and other top stories in

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Graduate Employment Rate Misrepresents Legal Job Market

Graduate Employment Rate Misrepresents Legal Job Market

Why is the American Bar Association doubling down on its commitment to the LSAT? Does a rising employment rate really mean the legal job market is looking up? What should you look for on a law school campus visit? Keep …

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LSAT Scores Are In—Now What?

LSAT Scores Are In—Now What?

The wait is over. Your LSAT scores have arrived—so, now what? Did you hit your target score or fall short? How exactly will your LSAT score sway your chances of admission?

Don’t fret, we’re here to offer you guidance and …

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Weekly 180: Pre-Law Concerns, Law School Debt

Weekly 180: Pre-Law Concerns, Law School Debt

What are the top concerns of today’s pre-law students? Have law school enrollment figures at long last hit rock bottom? Could a stellar LSAT score help curb your law school debt? Get the answers to these questions and more in …

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I Took the June LSAT, Should I Retake?

I Took the June LSAT, Should I Retake?

You’ve just taken the June LSAT. Now, you’re wondering whether you should retake the LSAT in October.

Every summer—without fail—this turns out to be one of the most asked questions that we get from law school applicants after Test …

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