Despite Dismal Job Market, Many Law Students Forgo Key Opportunities on Campus

Today's law graduates face a challenging job market and roiling global economy, but findings from a survey of more than 33,000 J.D. students suggest that they're not doing all they could to burnish their skills. "Many law students still seem to think of law school as an educational hurdle to surmount rather than as preparation for professional life,"

Despite Dismal Job Market, Many Law Students Forgo Key Opportunities on Campus