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  • No More Free Tuition At Harvard Law

    By Siobhan O'Connor, GOOD Blog

    Third-year students at Harvard Law who committed to five years of public service or work at a nonprofit could have their tuition waived -- a pretty cool way to incentivize top-notch talent (or at least well-heeled and well-educated talent) to perform some sort of service before becoming fat cat corporate lawyers. Anyway, they've suspended the program in part because...too many people were doing it!

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    Re: No More Free Tuition At Harvard Law

    This is too good for students willing to do futhur study.
    Regards Thrust law group

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      Re: No More Free Tuition At Harvard Law

      I think this is not a great decision for all those students willing to become lawyers as they would now have to pay a hefty amount which the previous students did not have to.
      California Foreclosure Attorney -- John Dzialo

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