Associate Hiring: 'Two Steps Forward, One Step Back'

, The National Law Journal

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Last year brought evidence that hiring activity at law firms was slowly improving, although not returning to prerecession levels, according to data from NALP, the National Association for Law Placement.

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    "Many law firm recruiters told NALP that despite the difficult entry-level job market, they felt they were fiercely competing with other firms for the same small cohort of desirable summer-associate hires."What does that even mean? Oh yes, morons are making recruiting decisions. BigLaw is dead.

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    “We have seen some bobbling in recruiting volumes this past fall, with some numbers that point to increased recruiting volumes and some that suggest decreased volume. And in any event, most of the markets that we track have more or less flat-lined for the last several years,” yes that well sadforiana

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    “We have seen some bobbling in recruiting volumes this past fall, with some numbers that point to increased recruiting volumes and some that suggest decreased volume. And in any event, most of the markets that we track have more or less flat-lined for the last several years,” yes that well saidforianahttp://repwall.com

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