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Harvard Law plan good news for public sector

Tuition waiver makes choice more attractive

By Peter Schworm
Globe Staff / March 19, 2008

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Harvard Law School's unprecedented initiative to waive the final year of tuition for students who agree to work in the public sector will provide a measure of relief for government and nonprofit agencies that struggle to attract and retain debt-burdened young lawyers, officials in those fields said yesterday. (Full article: 837 words)

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