A small but growing number of Midwestern law schools are sending a new message to their graduates: Look beyond the lure of high-paying, big-city law firms and consider launching careers in rural towns.
The law schools at the University of Iowa, Drake University in Iowa and Creighton University in Nebraska have teamed up with the Iowa State Bar Association to place students in summer internships and permanent jobs in small Iowa cities such as Fort Dodge (pop. 25,000), as well as small towns including Garner (pop. 3,100) and Britt (pop. 2,100) in the state's sparsely populated northern counties.
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