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Law school is expensive. In 2009, the average law school tuition was approximately $17,000 and the costs continue to soar to new highs. In Paying for Law School, adapted from Law School Labyrinth, potential law school students will receive valuable advice about how to plan and manage the financial aspect of law school. Having a clear financial plan from the start will let students focus on what is really important – their law school studies.

Author and attorney Steven Sedberry understands what potential law school students are going through and knows what factors should be considered to make the most informed decisions before embarking on a three-year commitment to a law school – and all the bills therein. Paying for Law School features: information about financial aid opportunities; handy quizzes to help asses one’s financial situation; charts for tracking spending; insider tips; additional reading material resources and helpful websites; and options for student loans. Paying for Law School is the essential guide to planning and managing the financial aspect of your legal education.

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