Michigan's 'Debt Wizard' offers law students a glimpse of their futures

, The National Law Journal


The University of Michigan Law School developed the online calculator to help law students and prospective enrollees better understand student loan obligations and how they fit into various legal career paths.

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  • not available

    What a great idea!!! Query: Can calculater be used to help college students with their student loan pictures?

  • Renoira

    In turn, this will be directly related to the amount of legal help available (or not) to the ones who need it most.

  • Shellynn87

    A government job right out of law school that pays $70K? What a luxury...

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