Is the Cost of Law School Too High for Women?

By Tara Jacobi   Fifteen years ago, I graduated from law school in New York, with your typical law school educational debt.  My first job out of school, I earned what seemed like a decent salary, but facing educational debts, as well, made it challenging if not impossible to live on my own in New York City.  I found solace in speaking with other young attorneys like myself about how to survive.  After just one year of living on my own, I moved in with my then boyfriend, now husband.  I felt as if I did not have much choice. …

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