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January 16, 2009


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It seems that Kellum really had very nice experience in Law and bad experience with debt. He is experienced; he has already faced the situation of debt problem.

This article is really saying it clearly that Law school may not turn out to be a solid investment, even if it leads to a career in the profession of law. I have checked it.

According to me Kellum really deserves for the post, and he is doing good job. He has already having good knowledge and decent experience in financial industry: He has good management skills to just mange the law school.

After reading this article I found that Kellum is doing really a good job. He has good knowledge and decent experience in financial industry; I think that he can easily manage the financial part of Law School.

I think that Kellum really had very nice experience in Law and bad experience with debt. At the time he and his wife had a very big amount as debt, they owed $173,000 in loan debt.

Excellent information here. This interesting post made me smile. Maybe if you put in a couple of pics it will make the whole thing more interesting.

Really interesting! I will add this topic to my reports about financial disaster..Thanks for this great info.

I think this blog is really interesting, but this issue about Law school "can be a financial disaster"... is just great. . Thanks again. Great work

$100,000? Well, what's the NPV of a lifetime of increased earnings from a law degree? Probably more, no?

Smart post, Jane. You're right up there with Suze Orman who states that it's ridiculous to spend incredible sums on so-called 'brand name' schools that leave graduates in huge debt. Better to start at a good community college on the cheap, save the dough and spend for two years at the right university, then move into a good law school.

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