Database computes the real costs, opportunities of law school

, The National Law Journal

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Law School Transparency has unveiled a comprehensive database detailing a broad range of information designed to guide prospective law students about what they might be getting into — including school-by-school statistics about post-graduation employment and salaries; tuition rates; and student debt loads.

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    This new statistic is part of the argument the law students have against the law schools they say have deceived them with misleading statistics. The law students are looking for a truthful picture as to what they should expect. In addition to getting their money back and trying to change the system, this for them I believe is a step in the right direction. http://www.legalfunding.com/news/lawsuit-settlement-funding

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