The University of Georgia School of Law is consistently rated one of the top values in legal education, and keeping educational debt under control enables law graduates to pursue an array of professional options.
There are helpful ways to structure debt and manage loans, and there is support available to those pursuing careers in public service or managing debt payments on lower salaries.
Equal Justice Works is an excellent source of information on student loan repayment assistance options, and in October of 2011 the Office of Student Professional Development hosted Isaac Bowers from Equal Justice Works to present information on assistance programs for students in both private and public interest careers.
Here are a few helpful resources to provide basic information:
The Office of Student Professional Development works with student groups and with Legal Career Services to present information sessions on funding options, debt management and loan repayment. Watch e-mail, Symplicity and the law school events calendar for announcements about sponsored speaker programs.