Don’t Borrow Money to Go to Law School

Published on: May 3, 2013

Filled Under: Blog, Finance & Economics, Worth Reading and Watching

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Something I’ve been ranting about for YEARS . . . Here’s the “money quote” from the article:  “You see, we are both law school graduates who debt-financed our educations and now live in New York. Property ownership is not something that will happen for us… unless we just want to give up and move to an oil-soaked subdivision in Arkansas. But I am not alone. A law professor has crunched some quick numbers and determined that at least half of the class of 2011 wouldn’t be able to own a home….” (emphasis added)

[“If You Want to Own a Home, Don’t Borrow Money to Go to Law School,” Abovethelaw.com,” 4/4/2013]

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