It gets worse — organization underestimated law school debt

, The National Law Journal

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Law School Transparency has recalculated its estimates of the debt that law students stand to incur after discovering that a number of schools had low-balled the cost-of-living figures that they provided to U.S. News & World Report.

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    This new update on the numbers only helps the students who have filed suit against the law schools because according to this article, the numbers being provided by the schools are deceitful for the purpose of fooling the students. This as well as other developments in the case are going to make the cases even more precedent setting and historic. http://www.legalfunding.com/

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