Yazmin Wadia

Willamette University College of Law, Salem Ore.

The National Law Journal

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THEN: Even though Yazmin Wadia didn't do much research into the legal job market before enrolling in law school, the aspiring public interest lawyer understood that a juris doctor carries no guarantee. "It definitely does scare me, knowing that you're competing in the job market with Ivy League graduates from Harvard and Yale," she said in 2010. "But it doesn't hurt to try. What's the worst that could happen?"

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