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  • Future Attorneys Provide Pro Bono Service

    Future Attorneys Provide Pro Bono Service

    By Julien Devereux, UT School of Law
    Published: Feb. 25, 2013

    Law students traveled to the Rio Grande Valley in January to help undocumented immigrants apply for the Deferred Action for Childhood Arrivals program. Learn more.

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      Law School Hurts Pocketbook Forever said on Feb. 25, 2013 at 5:33 p.m.
      Don't ruin your life by going to law school! Over $200K in nondischargeable loans and a dismal legal labor market for new grads. Even if you get a job, it probably won't pay well. Law school applications are way, way down for a reason. The word is out that law school is a losing proposition. Don't do it!!!!!!!! There are much better things you could do with the money and time!
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    Law students take Pro Bono Pledge
    Law students take Pro Bono Pledge
    Students and faculty members from the university's School of Law and the Lyndon B....
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