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  • Tokyo

    Dear Sir or Madam:

    This article reports that about 40% of those recently passing the Japanese bar exam are unable to find a position:

    The article refers to these people as "trainee lawyers" because under the Japanese system those who pass the bar exam must first work as interns for a year before being fully admitted to the bar.

    As Japan only recently instituted a graduate law school system, these jobless new lawyers are also among the first new lawyers to enter the profession burdened with law school debt.


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