midwest17 wrote: lawschool22 wrote:
midwest17 wrote:RTK includes a commitment to do PI work for either 3 years or 10 years after graduation, depending on the exact scholarship.
I think it includes mentoring and similar stuff in addition to the full tuition scholarship, but the scholarship is the main thing. (RTK may also look good on a resume to PI employers, I don't know. Demonstrates commitment, at least.)
Okay, yeah I knew there was a "catch" so to speak. Thanks!
I think they say you're supposed to pay the scholarship back if you don't do PI work. I have no idea whether that's enforced at all.
It's not enforced because no one has ever taken RTK, gone private, then refused to pay back the scholarship. You'd probably be shunned in the legal community.
Besides, if you know you want public interest, there's usually some sort of low-income protection you don't need to sign up for in advance (like HLS's LIPP