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Lots of debt and no income?  You’ve still got options

This is the second guest post from Radhika Singh Miller, who serves as program manager of educational debt relief and outreach at Equal Justice Works. Last week’s post looked at Income-Based Repayment options, while this week’s post explores options for avoiding default should you find yourself without any...

Wisdom from the financial aid panel

Summary of panelists’ presentations from the recent workshop on law school financial aid issues:What kinds of financial aid are available?Need-based aid (mainly Stafford loans, up to a Congressionally specified sum, currently around $20K), private loans, and merit-based aid.What forms do I fill out to apply for need-based...

Meet the Lawyers of Meet the Law 2016

What a great group of lawyers we have coming for the Spring 2016 edition of Meet the Law on March 30th.  Read the bios below, and then register here. Alexandra Bonazoli (History ‘10, Northeastern Law) AmeriCorps Attorney Community Legal Aid, Worcester MA Immigration Law for low-income juveniles and their families. Samantha...

New guide to law schools for public interest/public service

Equal Justice Works, the national organization for public interest law students and lawyers, has released a new resource that allows prospective students to compare law schools based on criteria important to those pursuing careers in public interest or government.  The online searchable database provides information about tuition costs, public interest...

Lawyer-Alum profile: Ina Forman (Legal Studies ‘78, Western New England Law ‘84)

Ina Forman Counsel Connecticut Judicial Branch, Sentence Review Division What’s your current position and primary practice field(s)? I work for the Connecticut Judicial Branch and serve as Counsel to the Sentence Review Division which allows for a narrow appeal/review of certain criminal sentences that are over three...

Free money for SBS students!

You may prefer the term “scholarships” but I like the sound of “free money.” The College of Social and Behavioral Sciences has a whole bunch of scholarships available to students, and a surprisingly small number of you apply each year. That is silly—quite literally leaving money on the table....

Paralegal positions at Rich May in Boston

Lawyer-alum Howard Levin, a partner at the Boston law firm Rich May, has passed along to us the job announcement for 3 full-time paralegal positions with his firm.  These are entry-level positions for college grads and are scheduled to start June 3, 2013.  You can find the full position listings here.

Part-time legal advocate position

The Center for Hope and Healing in Lowell, an advocacy organization for survivors of rape and sexual assault, is seeking to hire a part-time legal advocate.  Details here.

My applications are in, what do I do next?

Once your applications are in – including your letters of recommendation, Dean’s letters (if necessary) and transcripts, you get to relax a bit.  You will want to check in with each law school to make sure that they have your complete application, if you haven’t already heard from...

Interview with Brian Leiter, law school rankings maven

I won’t hesitate to give you the most important take-away from this interview: Anyone who thinks that “top 14” demarcates a relevant category of law schools has already made a mistake!   ... but it’s worth reading the rest of the interview as well.   Brian Leiter is a professor...

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