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Two seniors Launch the first undergraduate journal at a historically black college to encourage the pursuit of law

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Amal Yamusah and Aaron Francis, both rising seniors at Morehouse College, have come up with a unique way to encourage African-American college students to pursue a career in law.They have launched an undergraduate law review, the Morehouse College Law Journal, to promote the school's pre-law program and help their own applications to law school at a time when law school is more expensive and the lawyer job market is tougher than ever.

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