Posted by Ann Levine | January 14, 2010
One thing I urge my law school admission consulting clients to consider is the cost of law school, especially for those who hope to work in public interest law or other low-paying fields upon graduation from law school. One such client was good enough to share some of her research on the subject so that I might share it will readers of my blog.
Here’s a great link to the basic information about the recently enacted legislation to help graduates repay federal student loans.
Here is another link on FinAid.org with information about the Income Based Repayment legislation enacted in 2009.
Also, look into the scholarships offered by law schools specifically for those who plan to practice in the public interest. Here’s a shameless plug for an amazing scholarship program at my alma mater, the University of Miami School of Law’s Miami Law Scholars program. It’s not too late to apply!
Categories: Picking Law Schools