Tough Market for Law School Grads

For the first time in decades, the promise of a profitable law career for top students is uncertain, as law schools report significantly reduced hiring rates. The shrinking job market results from two years of financial insecurity, which is beginning to affect the way firms operate, recruit and hire. "There is no ducking the fact that the students who walked across the stage in this year's Sunflower Ceremony are having more trouble finding good jobs," Larry Sager, dean of the University of...Full Story
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