Bad job market aside, law students seek change

Big-firm diversity, lower billables among goals.

, The National Law Journal

A decimated job market has turned the tables on top law graduates, who not long ago were in high demand at big law firms. But a group of students from some of the best schools in the country sees power in numbers. Gathering at Stanford Law School on April 3 and 4, about 50 students from top-tier law schools were part of Building a Better Legal Profession's National Conference of Student Leaders.

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