Law Students, Grads Head In-House

Pilot programs offer new lawyers corporate legal skills and, for the lucky, jobs.

, The National Law Journal


A handful of efforts recently launched by law schools and bar associations provide recent graduates with practical experience in corporate law departments and perhaps lead to permanent jobs, challenging a prevalent notion that new lawyers don't belong in-house.

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  • Senior Attorney

    Wow, pay $51K per year in tuition to make less than a secretary.

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