Firms start to change the way they sort associates

01/8/2010 | ABAJournal.com

More law firms are classifying associates by skill sets, abandoning the long-held practice of using class year and rank. "Firms are going to focus on what lawyers can actually do as opposed to what they should be doing at a particular level, class year or school they are coming from," said legal recruiter Major Lindsey & Africa's managing director, Beth Woods.

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