Firms Remain Cautious About Hiring as Legal Economy Continues to Falter

, The National Law Journal


The median and average numbers of summer associate offers that law firms made to 2Ls in 2012 fell slightly, according to data released by NALP. The percentage of interviews that resulted in summer associate offers also declined.

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  • Dean LePUD

    Cooley's Dean LeDuc says employment is looking up, that now's the time to apply, that law school's a great investment. Check out his posts on the Cooley website.

    Dean LeDuc or NLJ? I'll go with the disinterested Dean, of course.

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