More than 8,000 individuals passed the July 2010 New York State Bar Exam. For many, however, their jubilation was short-lived.
Eric Sable, 25, graduated from New York Law School this past May and is experiencing the crunch that many recent law graduates are as well–he can’t find a job.
Not only does Sable find himself in the position of attorneys that were laid-off , but he is at even more of a disadvantage without having any full-time legal experience.
Currently, to earn some cash on the side, Sable spend a few days a week working as an administrative assistant in his father’s medical office. He also interns, without pay, for a local judge.
Frustration is certainly apparent: