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financial aid for law school

guitars101guitars101 Posts: 2,222Registered User Senior Member
edited January 2012 in Law School
is it possible to take out loans (grad plus) for full COA is law school doesnt offer any grant money?
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  • HereWeGo2HereWeGo2 Posts: 259Registered User Junior Member
    Possible - Yes. Does it make sense, however, to graduate with debt of $150,000-$200,000, with virtually no possibility of not paying it all back, given the current and projected employment prospects for attorneys? Maybe if you graduate a T"n" (n= whatever # you think is appropriate) in the top % of the class. Or have a guarantee of a job (family firm, etc.) Read some other threads here, and on forums aimed at pre-law (there are several, CC is more undergrad-focus) and think about it.
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