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Every day, thousands of legal professionals come to Law School Loans... and every once in a while, one of them writes to let us know just how effectively their time was spent. Read on to find out how legal professionals all over the world are using LSL.
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Law School Loans helped my wife and I with our consolidations. It took a long time to go through everything as we had a lot of questions, but Law School Loans was patient with us. Law School Loans saved us over $50,000, Thanks a million.
-Alan,J , Mobile, AL
Law School Loans went above and beyond what a typical student loan company does for their borrowers. I consolidated my loans to assist my getting a home equity loan. The original loan holders were basically dragging their feet in releasing my loans to Law School Loans. The representative handling my consolidation put in additional work to get my loans released so that my home equity loan would go through. I appreciate the effort put forth by Law School Loans to help me with my finances.
-Aaron,S , Los Angeles, CA
I truly appreciate all the prompt and thorough responses I received. Your company is extremely helpful. I've had question after question answered, and not with one sentence. My contact at Law School Loans was detailed in her responses and was sure to address my every concern. Thanks again for all your help.
-Frank,K , Anchorage, AK
The customer service at Law School Loans is outstanding; definitely exceed my expectations of a student loan company. I was impressed with the attention given to me and my schedule. I had scheduled an appointment to speak with a Loan Consultant (first of all, unheard of in this industry). Something came up and I had to reschedule. So she set up a time that worked better for me. I appreciate Law School Loans' understanding of a law student's busy schedule and their efforts to accommodate me. This is one of the many reasons I chose to consolidate with Law School Loans. I just never experienced such customer service from a student loan company.
-Andy,L , Boston, MA
I had many lenders to choose from. One lender in particular solicited me heavily. I was almost going to choose that lender to consolidate my law school loans. But a loan consultant at Law School Loans talked me into going with them instead. She did a great job at telling me all about federal student loan consolidation. She answered my questions thoroughly and spent a lot of time making sure I had all the facts straight. The loan consultant handling my consolidation emailed me more than some of my closest friends and relatives. The customer service at Law School Loans is MUCH BETTER than the other lender I was considering.
-John,B , Chicago, IL.
I have the highest degree of appreciation for Law School Loans for their dedication and attention in assuring that I was able to complete my application before the recent deadline for reconsolidation. I have a deep gratitude for the company's efforts and I will recommend Law School Loans to my colleagues within the legal profession.
-George L. , Raleigh, NC
I consolidated in my last year of law school. I was worried about having time to do a consolidation while also trying to study for exams. Law School Loans made my consolidation simple. They did all of the work and let me know exactly what I had to do to get the consolidation started. Thanks to them, my loans are consolidated.
-Jennifer A. , Seattle, WA
I was always under the impression that I had to wait until I got out of school to consolidate. Law School Loans explained that I could, and helped me through it. Thanks to them I was able to lock in a low interest rate, which saved me $6,328.
-Michelle H. , St. Louis, MO
I was surprised to receive so much personal attention from Law School Loans, it was almost as if they were eager to save me money. The people I spoke with were helpful and they were able to save me $26,321 off of the total loan cost.
-Richard D. , New York, NY
My consolidation with Law School Loans was quick and easy. They walked me through the process, kept me updated on the status of the process and someone was always available to answer my questions. I never knew that consolidation could be so easy. Thank you Law School Loans.
-Jessica S. , San Diego, CA
While searching for lenders to do my consolidations, Law School Loans was the only company willing to help me with a repayment plan to fit my needs. The people that I spoke with were willing to listen and eager to help. In the end, I found the plan that suited my financial needs perfectly.
-Tyler R. , Phoenix, AZ
In a time of hardship, Law School Loans was quick to help me lower my monthly payments by $437. Now I am happy to say I am thriving in life without the burden of student loans on my shoulders.
-Mindy C. , Ft. Lauderdale, FL
I had a lot of questions going into the consolidation process. Law School Loans took the time and attention to make sure that I understood the process completely instead of simply urging me to sign. For that, I thank them.
-Sam B. , Chicago, IL
Law School Loans saved me $26,122 through their reconsolidation program. I was very grateful for the savings and the service that they provided me.
-Michael L. , Houston, TX
When I first contacted Law School Loans, I was so confused about my student loans. I have over $100,000 in federal student loans alone. I had so many lenders, so many interest rates, and so many payments to keep track of. I just knew I'd eventually miss something. But Law School Loans was able to get me one low monthly payment and save me over $500 a month. My life is so much easier now. Thanks, Law School Loans.
-Nancy,B , Memphis, TN
I was able to shorten my repayment term by six years through Law School Loans Reconsolidation Program. I just want to get rid of my student loans and Law School Loans can help me do that.
-Edward,W , Los Angeles, CA
I had an interest rate straight out of a nightmare-10%. Thanks to Law School Loans, my rate dropped to 8.25% instantly. And with their remarkable payment incentives, my rate will go down to 7%. Thanks to Law School Loans Reconsolidation Program I was able to lower my rate by 3% points.
-Edward,P , New York, NY
I'm so glad I was contacted by Law School Loans. I had never even heard of reconsolidation. I thought once I consolidated, that was it. There was no hope left for me. But somehow Law School Loans found me and offered me an interest rate reduction which I had been denied by numerous lenders. Law School Loans saved me over $56,000 when other lenders simply wouldn't. Thanks so much Law School Loans.
-Lorna,K , Las Vegas, NV
The customer service at Law School Loans is simply unmatched anywhere else. I was given the incorrect interest rate on my consolidation. At first, I was upset. But then I contacted my loan consultant. She did everything in her power to adjust my rate. And she was successful. She saved me over $4,000. Thank you for the excellent customer service.
-Sandra,H , Boston, MA
No matter how many times I said, Could you repeat that?, my consultant did, and never lost patience with me. In fact, as our conversation progressed, I found myself at one point asking my consultant what he would do if he were in this same situation, it was at that point that I knew I had given my trust to this consultant. He explained everything fully, answered all my questions and even answered questions that I had not thought to ask, his help was exemplary. I commend my consultant on a job well done. I am a fully satisfied customer of Law School Loans.
-Bart,H , Albany, NY
The loan representative handling my consolidation was very helpful and the whole process went very smooth with no problems.
-Jackie,C , Santa Barbara, CA
Law School Loans help me consolidate in time to lock in the low interest rate. They were very helpful and let me know exactly what had to be done. With finals upon me, I didn't have time to do anything but study, but they helped me take care of this process in one day. Now I can concentrate on my finals without the burden of higher interest rates. Thank you Law School Loans.
-Randy,B , Miami, FL
Law School Loans was great for me. Not only did they lower my interest rate and monthly payments, but they also offered great customer service, I always got to talk to a person instead of a machine when I called in. They also helped me save over $30,000 in un-necessary interest through their payment incentives. Thank you Law School Loans!
-Jane,M , Atlanta, GA
Thanks to Law School Loans, I was able to lock in at a low-interest rate and I also was able reduce it through their payment incentives, something that I was told by my current lender was impossible. The reduction in my interest rate saved me $28,655 in unnecessary interest. Thanks Law School Loans.
-Jennifer,J , Barstow, CA
When I first called Law School Loans I was impressed by the immediate customer service. With other companies I called it was always an automated system that picked up and if I was lucky I was transferred to a representative. The Loan Counselor that I spoke with was knowledgeable and quick to answer any questions I had. I was also able to get my application complete that same day. Now thanks to Law School Loans I have saved over $500 in the past two months.
-Jeffrey,A , Santa Barbara, CA
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Kennedy Introduces Legislation That Would Alter Federal Financial Aid

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On April 3 Senator Edward M. Kennedy (D-MA) introduced legislation that would make sweeping changes to federal financial aid. The bill, given the short name ''Strengthening Student Aid for All Act,'' is intended to ensure students have sufficient access to financial aid, in the forms of both grants and loans.

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