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Employment Rate Still Flat for Georgia Law Grads

Emory leads the pack in overall job placement; keeps unemployment to 1% thanks to job stipends

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The employment rate for Georgia's 2013 law school graduates showed little improvement from 2012—except at Emory University, which offers job stipends—but it was well above the national average at four of the state's five ABA-accredited law schools.

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