Many law students live on student loans during law school. Money is tight.
If you are a law student seeking to save money, check out Brian Pedigo’s simple advice with tips that might benefit you: Student Loans: How to Survive on a Student Loan Budget.
Also, consider how to save money by buying your textbooks and study aids online.
Finally, keep in mind that good grades may also have a financial impact. Many schools offer scholarships for students with grades above a certain level. Further, often good grades translate into higher-paying jobs (read more on this here - Why Most Law School Graduates Earn Less Money Than They Expect). The point is, don’t disrupt your academic performance to save money, because it may cost more money than you save.
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