The Ideal Law School Graduate
According to a study conducted by an American University, the ideal law school graduate is one who can combine inter-personal skills with an ability to conduct research, etc. Not a particularly surprising conclusion, it has to be said!
Unpaid work experience a bar to diversity, say young lawyers
Fewer legal jobs and measly financial returns coupled with rising costs of legal education are not only causing young people to go into substantial debt but also creating spaces for exploitative conditions in the form of an increasing number of unpaid jobs/internships.