One law school is going the extra mile to help students who are struggling to find employment. 

Beginning this school year, Brooklyn Law School is offering to repay 15 percent of total tuition costs to students who have not found full-time jobs nine months after graduating. 

According to school officials, nine months is how long it usually takes for a graduate to obtain a job or get the requisite licenses. 

For students to qualify for the program, which is called Bridge to Success, they must take the bar exam after graduating and must demonstrate that they have actively searched for full-time work, Bryan Llenas reported. 

Students also have to make use of the school's career resources.

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