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March 25, 2013


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Professor Pryor,

As the above post seems to cover topics such as consumer debt, education, and "never-ending cycles of debt," I am curious to hear your thoughts on the prospect of someone investing in an education that will cost them $33,300 per year in tuition, $760 in fees and $17,745 in living expenses (totalling $51,805 per year), (, to enroll in a school whose graduates have just above a 50% chance in landing a full-time legal job within 9 months of graduation ( and refuses to release the NALP data of its most recent graduate classes? (

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