Daily Court Reporter - News Having a nontraditional background can be an asset for a career in law
Having a nontraditional background can be an asset for a career in law
ANNIE YAMSON, Daily Reporter Staff Writer
With a case now before a California court that addresses the difficulties law school students face finding employment after graduation, many students are leaning on nontraditional degrees they earned prior to law school in order to stand out from the crowd.
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Date Published: March 30, 2016