It's Tough Out There

The National Law Journal

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The U.S. economy began to rebound in 2011, but that was not enough to convince law firms to ramp up associate hiring. The National Law Journal has ranked the top 50 law schools by the percentage of 2011 juris doctor graduates who took jobs at the nation's largest law firms. The report identifies firm favorites - the schools where NLJ 250 firms recruited the most graduates - and the law schools that saw the most alumni promoted to partner in 2011.

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