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Nancy Levit’s Book Receives Shout-Out from The National Jurist


The latest issue of “The National Jurist” cites the new book, “Law Jobs. The Complete Guide,” co-authored by Nancy Levit, Curators’ and Edward D. Ellison Professor of Law.

“The National Jurist” is considered the leading news source in legal education and is distributed to approximately 100,000 law students. In the article, author Mike Stetz asks if law students may be “clueless when it comes to career choices.” He thinks the answer is “yes,” according to Levit and the book’s co-authors Andrew McClurg of the University of Memphis Cecil C. Humphreys School of Law; and Christine Nero Coughlin of Wake Forest University.

The book highlights seven essential things students need to know when choosing a legal career. The book is promoted as a “comprehensive, reader-friendly guide to every type of legal career.”

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