Fresh out of the University of Texas School of Law, Shirley Horng started work with the Legal Aid Society of the District of Columbia last fall. Like many young lawyers, Horng, 26, began her career saddled with debt.

The obligations from her $82,000 in student loans drain her checking account so much that she barely has enough left each month to cover her rent. Movies and restaurants are out of the question.

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