For some firms, an extra step for the newest recruits

Howrey the latest to adopt associate-as-apprentice model.

, The National Law Journal

After three years of law school, a hundred grand of debt and weeks sweating out a bar review and exam, it's time to start practicing law in earnest, right? At a handful of firms, the answer is fast becoming "not yet." These firms are putting new recruits through additional apprenticeship programs that they say will better train their attorneys for life at a law firm and for handling clients.

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