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Hello, and welcome to Law School Loans.

Law School Loans is dedicated to assisting law students and attorneys with financing their law school expenses and managing their education loans. We specialize in education lending, and we are dedicated to ensuring your loans are handled professionally, while offering you money-saving benefits.

If you graduated in 2012, or if you will be graduating within the next few months, we would like to congratulate you for obtaining your law school degree. We would also like to provide you with some very important information regarding federal student loan consolidation. Research if this is still true or if the percentage is higher/lower. If you wait until your grace period ends, your interest rate will automatically be 0.60% higher. When you consolidate during your grace period, you will have no payments due until your grace period is over. You have nothing to lose. There really is no reason to pay a higher rate on your federal student loans!

With student loan consolidation, you can lock in a low, fixed interest rate for the life of your loan-- without worrying about fees, credit checks, income verifications, or prepayment penalties. This will help you reduce your monthly payments by as much as 50 percent and save you thousands of dollars over the life of your loan.

Applying for a federal loan consolidation is easy. Click on the "Start Here" button, or contact one of our loan specialists at the number shown. Our loan specialists will be able to answer all of your questions about interest rates and payment amounts, and they will assist you with each step of the application process. We are committed to ensuring your consolidation goes quickly and smoothly.

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Thanks for choosing Law School Loans! We look forward to helping you save money on your student loans.

  

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Welcome to Law School Loans

As America’s #1 education finance lender for attorneys and law students, Law School Loans is committed to your financial success. Above all, we're committed to providing you with the most attractive terms and best customer service in the business, with highly trained loan counselors to guide you through every step of the way. Law School Loans is a member of the Juriscape group of companies and dedicated to enriching the financial and professional lives of attorneys. How can we help you?



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*The final fixed interest rate for your federal loan consolidation loan is calculated as the weighted average of the interest rates on the loans being consolidated rounded up to the nearest one-eighth of a percent. Your exact monthly payment reduction may vary depending on your loan. Law School Loans Financial reserves the right to modify, expand or discontinue this offer at any time without notice.
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