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DD is starting her second year of law school and will graduate at what is supposed to be the toughest time for job-finding ... (Here's an article about that: http://www.nytimes.com/2009/08/26/business/26lawyers.html?pa... ).

She will amass a pretty sizable debt (but there are people in the article who have her beat). She'll also have some previous student debt.

I did a little googling for loan forgiveness programs and they seemed to me to forgive only a couple percent of the loan amount. (I think 15% was the highest I found.) Some programs forgive more -- but they also require 4 or 5 years of service.

Where could I find the best loan forgiveness programs?

--SirTas
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