THE NLJ 350

Demand for Associate Help Remains Flat in NLJ 350

It's no secret that the junior-lawyer hiring market is bad, but there's 'help wanted' at some firms.

, The National Law Journal

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This just in: 2012 was not the year of the law firm associate. Hiring of associates at large law firms has not rebounded to anywhere close to their robust prerecession levels, and firms have continued to outsource some jobs traditionally handled by junior-level attorneys.

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