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I have heard so many things about law school graduates not finding jobs, will I be able to find a job if I graduate from Indiana university bloomington law school (indiana) and work in the state of indiana?? it is ranked no 36, and I want to practice in Indiana, do you think I will have a hard time finding a job or getting a good salary?? I don't want to graduate with a tons of loans, and not be able to pay it back...is law still a good field to go into, or is it too saturated?? please help clear my confusion
Asked By: MAD MAN THE HORRIBLE!! - 3/1/2009
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I would think it is still a noble profession and if you are good with a special area such as bankruptcy or income tax you will always be needed. In a field such as law, you can privately practice if you don't join a partnership, however as a new law grad, that option may be limited because you don't have a track... More
Answered By: Upward Bound Precalc Tutor - 3/1/2009
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Indiana is ranked 43rd in the nation in # of attorneys per person; 6.9... More
Answered By: sagebrush46 - 3/1/2009
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