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Wednesday, March 09, 2011



It is a trend I've seen more and more of as lawyers come to my site for help after graduating and job prospects in the real world do not match up with what they believed when they enrolled in law school. And the size of many of those law school loans is huge.

One would hope that people would not be impacted by deceptive advertising from law schools that results in $100,000+ owed. That's not like you over paid for new tires on the car. That's actually life altering debt for people that wind up on the wrong end of the law school loan and can't find employment as "advertised."

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