Study: Slack Large-Firm Hiring is Everybody's Headache

, The National Law Journal


The entry-level law job market isn't going to rebound anytime soon, and larger law firms' newly stingy hiring practices are largely to blame. That's the gist of a draft paper analyzing lawyer-hiring trends over the past 30 years.

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  • Jsygirl

    Graduates with "less-fancy resumes" - much better to have said "less robust"! I worked extremely hard as an undergrad and took out loans to go to a top law school (UVA). My dad had a 6th grade education; my mom got her GED in her 30s. No silver spoons in sight!

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