GRADS DRAWN TO URBAN AREAS
Recent findings from the U.S. Census show that the majority of college graduates are likely to move to larger cities following graduation, and the law school is no exception to that trend. Director of Legal Career Services Beth S. Kirch said the metro Atlanta area is a "primary market for law graduates." Washington , D.C. tops the list for those seeking employment outside of the state. To read the complete story, see the Red & Black. The article title is "Students migrate to urban employers." It was published on 4/12/06, and the author is Ashley Fielding.
"GRADS DRAWN TO URBAN AREAS" (2006). In The News. Paper 384.