Media outlets are devoting significant coverage to a new paper that calculates substantial financial benefits to obtaining a law degree in a way that justifies enrollment and contradicts law school c
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...for paying off federal guaranteed and direct student loans: Income-Based Repayment (IBR) and its 10-year public service complement, Income-Contingent Repayment (ICR). IBR...
... Find out if you qualify for income-based repayment (IBR). William Hoye, director of financial aid at Duke University Law School, says...
On April 10, the 3rd Court of Appeals in Austin upheld the Texas Board of Law Examiners' decision to recommend revocation of a Houston man's probationary law license because of concerns over his abil
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