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Saturday, March 12, 2011

Chicago's New LRAP Program for Students Doing Public Interest Work

Details here.  I gather that Chicago's program had not been as good as some peer schools, but now we will have the most generous program of its kind in the nation; an excerpt:

The three most important changes to the program are that it now offers the opportunity for any graduate staying in public interest for ten years to go to law school for free, that all graduates who serve as judicial clerks will be eligible for the program, and that a generous $80,000 salary cap will make the program more inclusive than ever.

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