I would compare reading about law school loans to watching a car accident happen. You don’t really WANT to watch it, but you also can’t seem to turn away. This month, I am rewarding your curiosity with a more in depth analysis of how student loans work.
As you may recall from last month, I spent a good deal of time (almost 2 years) after graduation completely avoiding the fact that I had student loans at all. A big part of the reason I was so scared to even look at my student loan accounts after I graduated was that I didn’t understand a thing they said. Seriously, it was like reading a foreign language. After I took some time to dig in, I figured out what was going on and now I wish I would have done so way earlier (you know, like before I took out all these