Law school is more than a three year commitment.
If you’re going down this path, let’s start off on the right foot.
Creating a budget and sticking to it can significantly reduce the cost of law school. Think of budgeting as a way to force a conversation with yourself about whether your spending matches your priorities. You can download our sample budget and edit it to fit your personal needs.Read More
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If free financial aid won’t cover the entire cost of attendance, here are a few strategies on how to pay for law school and take on the least amount of debt possible.
Don’t knock internships, either paid or unpaid. These types of jobs can give you a birds-eye view into your future career, and you might not always like what you see.
Looking for a way to go to law school for free? The military may be the answer for you. Hear from guest blogger Andrew Webber and how he used the GI Bill to go to law school and how it changed his tragetory.
Hear from reader Bailey about how she cuts down on her student loan expenses while still in school.
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