What would it take to spark an employment recovery for law school graduates?
In simple economic terms, there are just two factors at play: the demand for new lawyers and the supply of graduates. The U.S. economy is still lagging, and the legal sector hasn’t improved either, so it’s understandable if law grads aren’t finding more and better jobs amid slack demand.
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