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Economy Seems Bleak For Graduating Law Students

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Economy Seems Bleak For Graduating Law Students

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Economy Seems Bleak For Graduating Law Students

Economy Seems Bleak For Graduating Law Students

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Finding a solid job is tough for the class of 2010, especially in the legal world. Host Robert Siegel talks to five graduating Georgetown Law students about their plans. Some have sent out hundreds of job applications, but still haven't landed anything. But one student turned his glum job prospects into a political opportunity — he's running for office in Maine.

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