When I was a Director of Admissions at a law school in California twelve years ago, one of my peers from another school told me he hated when students tried to negotiate scholarships. Let me tell you, times have changed. In the last few years, I’ve seen a change – applicants are asking and law
In the next month, I’ll be hosting two Blog Talk Radio shows dealing with the price of law school and how it should factor into your decision to attend. First, on March 30th at noon EST/9 a.m. PST, I’ll be speaking with Derek Roberti, PhD, JD, author of “Should I Go To Law School? The
As if you didn’t already know that it’s better to keep student loan debt under control, here’s an article pointing to the realities of pay trends for BigLaw Jobs.
Equal Justice Works just posted a good article on student loan forgiveness for thos working in the public interest after law school.
Thanks to Brian Leiter for pointing out this article about how the current economic climate might be impacting the ability to obtain private loans for law school.
Please check out Frugal Law Student for a great posting about how the new bill President Bush signed into law will impact your law school debt.
Thanks to my friend Brett McKay at Frugal Law Student for allowing me to guest host his great blog today. You can check out my article “Applying to Law School? 7 Ways to Save Money” there.I urge law school applicants to read Frugal Law Student regularly, and to be honest the advice is so good
Thanks so much to Austin at CALI PreLaw Blog for jumping on my bandwagon and publicizing Loan Repayment Assistance Programs (LRAPs). In today’ s post, he gives a great explanation of what LRAPs are and why they are important. Check it out.