Ripples From Dewey Collapse Swamp Lawyer Job Market
Recruiters were hearing from Dewey partners and associates months before rising costs and falling revenues prompted the firm to replace chairman Steven Davis in April. "There were junior partners who were getting paid very little and we were hearing from them last year," said a senior New York recruiter who wished to remain anonymous.
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