Lisa Cisneros didn’t want to drop $100,000 for a fancy J.D. only to arrive at her first job unprepared.
She realized from talks with practicing attorneys and potential employers that while class work encouraged analytical thinking, it didn’t offer the hands-on experience that would allow her to enter the job market ready to practice.
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