Law schools pick up loan tab for graduates pursuing public interest

12/1/2009 | National Law Journal (free registration), The

Several law schools are repaying student loans for public-interest graduates. The University of California, Berkeley School of Law and Georgetown University Law Center have all unveiled forgiveness programs aimed at encouraging students to work in public-interest law for 10 years after graduation.

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