Law school debt has become its own legal specialty.
Joshua Cohen, a 2007 graduate of Quinnipiac School of Law, has developed a Hartford law practice based entirely on helping graduates with their student loan debt.
He, of course, uses the proceeds from this practice to pay off his own school debt totaling $160,000.
“The fact that I have a practice based on student loans is ludicrous,” said Cohen, 37. “It’s a really crappy message for the generation just graduating high school.”
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