law school

Business/Economy
6:28 am
Mon July 9, 2012

Can't find a law job? Think small.

John Pabst, 66, practices law in Albia, Iowa, in the Victorian house he and his father bought as a law office in the late 1970s.
Sarah McCammon Iowa Public Radio

Plenty of young aspiring lawyers dream of landing at a high-powered big-city firm after graduating. So an internship in a sleepy, rural town might not sound like a dream summer job. But that’s just what three law schools in Iowa and Nebraska are encouraging their students to consider.

And with new grads facing one of the worst job markets in decades, some say working in smaller towns is looking better.

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