Times have changed. The legal job market now tilts in favor of law firms, not law school graduates. Newly minted JDs are competing with laid-off associates who have years of experience, and are already admitted to the bar.
Some law schools have opted to subsidize their unemployed new graduates by either paying them or law firms, so that their JDs can garner relevant work experience in their new profession.
Here is a look at four law schools that subsidize unemployed graduates looking for work: