A recent National Association of Law Placement study asked 330 legal employers about recruitment, hiring and retention. Among the key findings:
63: Percentage of students called back for an interview who received a summer offer.
28: Percentage of students who accepted summer positions at firms of 250 lawyers or more.
24: Percentage of offers accepted at firms in New York or Washington, D.C.
91: Percentage of summers who received full-time job offers from their firms.
73: Percentage of those offers accepted.
46: Percentage of associates who leave their firm within three years.
63: Percentage who leave within four years.