Interesting article in the NY Times sheds light on a surprisingly tough job market for law students that graduated in 2010. It was a difficult time to enter the job market but, unlike previous classes facing a tough economy (i.e. class of 2000), the class of 2010 has still not fully recovered. A Columbia Law School student, Jonathan Wang, is referenced in the article as an example of a graduate facing large amounts of debt and less than ideal job prospects. That being said, Wang is figuring out ways to make the best of his situation and garners $100/hr as an LSAT tutor.

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