In law, the road to financial prosperity is hardly free or easy. For most new attorneys, graduating from law school not only starts their career, but also their responsibility to pay back significant debt.

Law school and summer associate programs simply do not train new lawyers how to handle their immense debt load properly, and many attend to their financial situations only haphazardly. As a result, they frequently overpay their educational loans and fail to secure a financial future.

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