REUTERS — When Leah Hebron, who is about start her first year at Georgetown University Law Center, looks ahead, she said she figures “I have my whole life to work as a lawyer.” So when she saw the chance to defer law school for a year, get paid $50,000 to work at Human Rights Watch and score a $10,000 scholarship to boot — all courtesy of Weil, Gotshal & Manges — she jumped at the chance.