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How much does it cost to become a lawyer?

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Asked by zulespi Tuesday Jul 26th 2011 in Paying for College
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There are many variables depending upon which school of law the student chooses to attend. Generally it will cost $33,000 to $40,000 yearly plus books, applicable fees, living expenses, and so forth. The average law school student is about $100,000 in debt upon graduation.for more information visit http://www.apsira.com/colleges

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The typical cost of a law degree is between $16,800 and $43,000 annually. Now, these numbers do not include your undergraduate degree - they are just the average cost of law schools in the U.S.

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