Many a prospective law student has penned a heartfelt essay about going to law school in order to uphold the principles of justice for all. But somewhere along the way, as law school debt mounts, that idealism frequently turns to reality as students look for a law firm job with a hefty salary.

Those students who keep their focus on practicing public interest law often feel like outsiders as their peers line up for campus interviews with law firm recruiters.

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