Staff and faculty can also impact a student's career. Supportive professors in law school can have benefits that carry past graduation.
"I think it's important for students to take as many opportunities as they can to find out what faculty members might be able to do for them, in terms of helping them get a job as a lawyer," says Campos.
He suggests students ask themselves, "What do I want to do? And what are the chances that graduating from this school is going to allow me to do it? And then, secondarily, who on this faculty might be in a position to help me toward that goal?
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