THE GO-TO LAW SCHOOLS

Elite firms seem to have lost their appetites

With firms becoming ever more discriminating, the era of massive associate classes appears at an end.

, The National Law Journal

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With firms becoming ever more discriminating, the era of massive associate classes appears at an end.

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  • Lulaine

    This reflects a change in the economy as all job markets even the relatively safe ones have taken a hit. Law always thought of as the golden grail and a job almost guranteed when you graduate, the current crop and future crop of students have adjusted their thinking and expectations to the new reality.

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