Hi --I'm a business reporter for The Star-Ledger (New Jersey's largest newspaper) and I'm looking into a story about disgruntled law school grads. I think it's a story that needs to be told -- about how aspiring young lawyers pay tons of money to go to school, only to come out the other end with few job prospects, if any.Here in New Jersey, we've got a few law schools including Seton Hall University Law School, which has apparently sparked some resentment among grads (see http://en.wikipedia.org/w/
index.php?title=Seton_Hall_) University_School_of_Law& oldid=306264248I'm guessing you'd prefer to remain anonymous (please let me know if you feel otherwise). But seeing as your blog as become such a hit, do you know of any New Jersey law school grads who might be willing to be featured in my story?Any help you can give would be much appreciated.Best,LeslieLeslie KwohBusiness ReporterThe Star-Ledger(973) 392-4147Twitter: @LedgerBiz
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