3 Student Loan Mistakes New Lawyers Should Avoid

Adam S. Minsky
Not all student loans are created equally.

Not all student loans are created equally.

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New lawyers begin to experience the joys of student loan repayment shortly after surviving the bar exam and while trying to make a splash at their first job as a new attorney. Managing your student loan debt does not have to be soul-crushing or result in paralysis. Too often, young lawyers make assumptions about their student loans or throw money at debt without understanding their options. This can lead to costly mistakes in the long run. 

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