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UVa to Pay Bar Review Expenses for Law Grads Who Are Unemployed


For law graduates who don’t yet have jobs lined up, the University of Virginia is trying to eliminate a potential financial obstacle to getting licensed to practice.

It will pay up to $500 in bar application costs and $1,500 in bar review expenses, reports Virginia Law Weekly.

Hat tip: Above the Law.

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