Advice From Law School Survivors

The National Law Journal

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FOR PROSPECTIVE STUDENTS

"Find a school that's a good fit for you ­personally, and don't necessarily focus on the rankings or what everybody else thinks about where you should go to law school. Given the uncertainty when I started law school, and even today, finding a legal education that fits you and where you can be in the top half of your class without tying yourself to a huge load of debt is really important." — Jeff Holt

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