Blog Archives for August 2011

Myths and Truths about Writing a Winning Legal Resume

August 30, 2011

Your résumé is often the first impression potential employers have of you when applying for a job.

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Experts Consider Impact of Changes to Federal Loans on Student Debt

August 29, 2011

With an increasing number of graduates unable to repay their educational loans and total educational debt expected to top $1 trillion this year, commentary is being proffered from all sides on how

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Interview with Deanne Loonin

August 28, 2011

This week, we are honored to interview Deanne Loonin, an attorney with the National Consumer Law Center (NCLC) and Director of NCLC's Student Loan

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Blogging from Boot Camp

August 22, 2011

Katie Higgins is a member of the inaugural class of Public Defender Corps Fellows and recently received two weeks of intensive training in Alabama with the rest of our first Public Defender Cor

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Debt Ceiling Jabberwocky

August 19, 2011

Democrats and Republicans, doubtless tired of gyring and gimbling in the wabe, have reached an agreement to raise the debt ceiling.

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Mailbag Express: It’s All Public Service Loan Forgiveness in August

August 11, 2011

The dog days of summer have hit hard. Hopefully you have a place to cool off, like this extremely impressive swimming dog does.

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San Diego Stand Down 2011

August 9, 2011

In times of war, “Stand Dow

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My Fellowship is Over… Now What?

August 3, 2011

“I think, like many Equal Justice Works Fellows, that getting the first public interest job out of law school is the biggest hurdle to launching a public interest career.

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