'Very Modest' Jobs Growth Seen For Law School Graduates

, Legal Times

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The law school class of 2013 didn’t have much better luck than their predecessors in finding jobs, as entry-level employment data released Wednesday by the American Bar Association revealed that very little changed in the hiring market.

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  • John Johnson

    Prospective law students need to evaluate this information before deciding whether to commit 3 years and possibly 150,000 dollars in tuition by attending law school. Sufficient jobs are simply not there.

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