TBA Law Blog

Posted by: Stacey Shrader Joslin on Jul 14, 2015

Brooklyn Law School has announced it will pay some unemployed graduates 15 percent of their tuition costs, the ABA Journal reports. The program, called Bridge to Success, will offer payments to graduates who have not found full-time jobs within nine months after graduation if they take the bar exam and use the school's career resource office. The benefit will begin with first-year students entering school this fall.