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From Boston to LA, law schools give unemployed grads paychecks

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George Washington University is not the only school that funds work for law school graduates while they look for jobs. Locally, American University's Washington College of Law pays 23 graduates up to $15,000 for four to eight months of work as part of its JD Distinguished Fellowship Program, which was established in 2009. Fellows can work in the public or private sector, so long as they work in...

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