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A study of lawyers who began their careers in 2000 found that graduates of law schools that are not considered elite were able to pay down their debt at the same rate or better than most elite law graduates. So reports the recent study ‘Buyers’ Remorse? An Empirical Assessment of the Desirability of a Legal Career’ published in the Journal of Legal Education.

 

The study also found that when comparing graduates from the higher and lower ranked law schools there is no statistically significant difference in reported satisfaction with the decision to become a lawyer.

 

Read the study here.

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