10/13/2010

The University of Miami Law School is seeking to help its graduates get a foot on the career ladder by asking public-interest employers to let the graduates work for as much as six months at no cost to the employer. Students participating in the school's Legal Corps Program will receive a $2,500 monthly stipend from the university instead, giving employers an incentive to take them on board.

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