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    CLE Program Outlines How You Can Afford to Practice Public Interest or Government Law

    Perhaps you've wanted to pursue a legal career serving the public interest, but you can't afford to follow your heart. Or maybe you are serving the public, but you're staggering under the weight of student debt. If so, you'll want to attend Practice Public Interest (or Government) Law without Going to the Poorhouse.
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    Vol. 81, No. 10, October 2008

    CLE Program Outlines How You Can Afford to Practice Public Interest or Government Law

    Perhaps you've wanted to pursue a legal career serving the public interest, but you can't afford to follow your heart. Or maybe you are serving the public, but you're staggering under the weight of student debt. If so, you'll want to attend Practice Public Interest (or Government) Law without Going to the Poorhouse.

    The State Bar Public Interest Law (PIL) Section is presenting this CLE program at the State Bar Center on Oct. 27, 2008. Presenters will discuss the College Cost Reduction and Access Act of 2007 in detail and can answer questions specific to the attendees' personal situations. Attorneys working in or interested in pursuing public interest jobs (including prosecutors, public defenders, government attorneys, and legal services and nonprofit organization attorneys) are urged to attend.

    Tuition is $50; PIL members can attend for free. To register, please call the State Bar of Wisconsin at (800) 728-7788.




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