Best Colleges For Lawyers?

According to U.S. News & World Report, Harvard Law School is No. 1 for the third straight year—and it may be hard to beat this time around considering that its legal education costs an average of $122,000 per student (not including living expenses).

Of course, with most law schools charging over $100K annually, you would expect your investment in graduate school to pay off big-time… right? Well… maybe not so much if you’re facing bankruptcy or foreclosure down the road. Just ask Mike “The Situation” Sorrentino!

What’s his story? Michael Sorrentino graduated from Fordham University Law School in 2008 and moved back home to New Jersey after spending six years at Goldman Sachs as a commodities trader before taking some time off for an emergency appendectomy. The next thing he knew he was broke and struggling financially because of his financial obligations stemming from finishing law school….all alone! He posted about it on Twitter: “Please help me out bros I’m having trouble paying my bills… There must be something out there I can do.. #BrokeAsHell #HelpMeOut”

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