In the latest article from The [F]law, Noelle Musolino examines how big law firms essentially buy Harvard lawyers from the moment they step on campus as first year law students by funding their education, lunches, extracurriculars, and social lives. Every year, a significant majority of incoming Harvard Law students enter the school expressing public interest aspirations while a small minority of outgoing students leave with public interest jobs. The space between is pumped with funding from big law firms who can spend their money from corporate clients on susceptible law students in a way that vulnerable populations in need of legal services cannot. 

Read “The Price of a Harvard Lawyer.”

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