Entry-level hiring weakens at law firms

02/13/2013 | National Law Journal (free registration), The

Entry-level hiring is continuing its decline at law firms, according to data from the National Association for Law Placement. On average, firms extended fewer summer associate offers to 2Ls, the data show. "Multiple experts have made the case that the legal market is not likely to return to pre-2007 levels, and the recruiting environment [reflects] that reality," said Jim Leipold, NALP's executive director.

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