Summer associates come off as a tough crew in The American Lawyer's survey of almost 6,800 interns at about 200 firms, welcoming brutal honesty about their own performances and leaving none of the firms immune from suggestions for improvement. But overall, law students gave their summer employers lots of praise. While the survey's upper tiers included many familiar names, plenty of newcomers hit high notes -- and two of the top 10 slots were captured by firms that vaulted more than 100 spots.
The Real World According to Summer Associates
The American Lawyer
November 27, 2006
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