City Bar Report Pushes for Training of Young Lawyers

, New York Law Journal

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After an exhaustive look at the dismal state of employment for young lawyers in New York, a New York City Bar task force has recommended additional avenues of training and support for new graduates and a shift in focus from large law jobs to providing services to the middle class.

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  • Concerned Attorney

    I have not heard of other associations actually opening a fee paying business to compete with their members?

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