Law students sacrifice to repay debt

Allegations that a Stanford Law School graduate worked as a prostitute partly in order to repay her loans have raised questions among students and administrators about the difficulties law school students face in paying back their educational debt. According to the Oakland Tribune, federal prosecutors are alleging that Cristina Schultz, Law School Class of 2001, worked as a call girl in part to pay off close to $300,000 in student loans. No charges have been filed against Schultz at this point.