Law School Loan Repayment Assistance Programs
Law school-based Loan Repayment Assistance Programs exist at more than 100 law schools, providing financial aid to graduates who have educational debt and take low-paying jobs. Most programs are designed with the goal of enabling law graduates to enter public interest and government work. A graduate of a law school with a Loan Repayment Assistance Program can apply for and receive funds from the program to help with his or her student loan repayment.
- Official Revenue Ruling stating most law school-based loan forgiveness programs meet the requirement of 108(f) and will not be taxed.
- Slideshow : Tuition, Debt and LRAPs for Pre-law Advisors
- Student Debt Podcast Series: stream, download or subscribe for tips and tools on coping with student debt.
- Student Debt Forum: a place to post questions, receive answers, and join discussions with others concerned about student debt.
- Financing the Future: Responses to the Rising Debt of Law Students a study detailing the characteristics of loan repayment assistance programs.
- The Equal Justice Works Guide to Law Schools a free interactive online resource of public service opportunities, curricula and financial programs at more than 150 law schools in the United States.