Jason Luros graduated in the top 20 percent of his class at law school in 2007, with a portfolio of internships including business and intellectual property law experience and work abroad. So he was surprised at the feeble job market that greeted him. Now Luros is training to be a financial planner and hopes to eventually make a salary comparable to lawyers at big firms. He is among the minority of law school graduates who, for one reason or another, embark on a career path away from law practice.
Some Law School Grads Don't Go the Firm Route
February 4, 2008