I am thrilled to announce the release of my new book, The Student Loan Handbook for Law Students and Attorneys, published by the American Bar Association. It’s the first and only book of its kind: a concise student loan management guide geared specifically to lawyers and soon-to-be law grads.
Here’s what the ABA has to say about the book:
Getting student loans is remarkably easy – but dealing with student loan repayment can be a nightmare. And as student loan debt continues to grow and repayment programs get even more complicated, it’s no wonder that so many borrowers feel lost. The typical college graduate takes on an average of over $30,000 in student loans, and the numbers are even more staggering for law school graduates. Considering the combined cost of an undergraduate and law school education, the average law school debt burden can easily exceed $100,000. With the many challenges unique to new lawyers, it can be difficult to create an effective plan for managing student loans while studying for the bar exam, searching for a job, and adjusting to a new work environment.Read More