Commencement ceremonies at New York's 15 law schools are just around the corner, but these are times of anxiety as well as of celebration for law students who are facing the worst job market in years. Many in the class of 2009 still have not found work with graduation weeks away. "It has been really frustrating," says Benjamin N. Cardozo School of Law third-year student Joshua Goldman. And those who have job offers in hand can't feel safe with delayed start dates and offer rescissions becoming more common.
Job Anxiety Grips Graduating Law School Students
New York Law Journal
April 22, 2009