Big Law or public interest? Six-figures in loan debt or very little borrowing? Sunny weather or close to home?

Those are a few of the preferences would-be law students weigh while completing XPloreJD, a new online program from AccessLex Institute that aims to help users determine what matters most to them, then identify the best law schools based on those priorities. The free tool, which came online Wednesday, is designed to educate users about law school and legal careers and provide insight that goes beyond a school’s U.S. News & World Report ranking.

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