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Charging $22,000 for a graduate position won’t solve the problem of law graduate oversupply

OPINION: Professor Rosalind Dixon and Professor Richard Holden, The Conversation, 28 July 2015.

“Adlaw”, an Adelaide-based firm launching this month, announced its plans to charge law graduates A$22,000 up front for a job with them, with the promise of learning on the job and earning back that sizeable investment. While we are currently facing a problem of an oversupply of law graduates, this isn’t the way to go about solving it.

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