November 2, 2012
The New York Law Journal recently published a special section on Law Schools. As part of this section, the NYLJ asked the deans of New York’s 15 law schools for their “unique perspective on such topics as rising tuition costs, the newly implemented 50-hour pro bono requirement and career prospects for new graduates.”
CUNY Law trains its students to be outstanding public interest attorneys and to practice law in the service of human needs. Above: Some of CUNY Law's alumni who have gone on to become public defenders.
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