The Pennsylvania Bar Foundation and the Pennsylvania Interest on Lawyers Trust Account Board have launched a new statewide school loan repayment program designed to ease the financial burden on recent law school graduates in hopes of making public service a more attractive and viable career option.

The program, approved by the Pennsylania Supreme Court earlier this month, will offer one-year loans to qualifying attorneys at IOLTA-funded legal services organizations that can be used to repay undergraduate and law school debt and will be forgiven at the end of each year.

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