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Is it a bad job market for Lawyers
Is it a bad job market for Lawyers

AIR DATE: August 5, 2011

A lot of people are hurting during this tough economy and a group that many may not have thought would be - lawyers.  According to the latest figures there are twice as many law students passing the bar than there are available jobs.  What happens when you spend so much for law school only to find that job opportunities are slim pickings?  And, with this economy how are current lawyers being forced to change their specialties in order to survive?
Constance Akridge, Pres, State Bar of Nevada,and partner, Jones Vargas

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