Logged-in users can hide comments and words in comments they do not
want to see. Click here to register for
your free account. If you already have an account,
log in here.
You are about to report the following comment as abusive:
It seems like the repayment plan isn't all that great for gov't attorneys. They have to make 120 payments on federal subsidized loans before they get the benefit of loan forgiveness, and the have to be in the service of gov't the entire time. (I'm reading the Enrolled bill.) It looks like it doesn't cover the private loans that most law students have to take out. So in reality, the benefit of this bill is marginal and delayed. I don't think this is a large incentive for attorneys to enter gov't and public interest service.
Please state (in 200 characters or less) why you think this comment is abusive (required):
email newsletter |
tell a friend |
home | privacy |
© 2006–2013 WashingtonWatch.com