It’s my second semester at Michigan Law, and, yes, I’ve learned a few things. I’ve come to realize that a tough cold call will not kill me. The length of reading assignments is no longer surprising, and I know what a law school final exam looks like. Even better, I have blissful months ahead before I have to take another one.

But what would law school really be without a new challenge to induce widespread anxiety among 1Ls? Time to focus on the reason we sign up for all that student debt: Employment.

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