Courses with real-world experience aid law grads, survey finds

04/20/2011 | National Law Journal (free registration), The

Sixty percent of law graduates who participated in clinics that provided real-world learning experience said they found the courses "very helpful," according to a survey by the National Association for Law Placement. The same survey found that 42% of the students surveyed did pro bono work during law school and that 17% said it was "very useful."

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