Large law firms aren't the only ones faced with the stark reality of staffing concerns in this economy. The already budget-crunched Philadelphia District Attorney's Office -- a large law firm in its own right -- has had to do something it has never done: rescind offers to its incoming class of attorneys. The 300-attorney office rescinded offers to the 12 incoming attorneys who were set to start in the fall.
Philadelphia DA's Office Rescinds Offers to Incoming Class of Lawyers
The Legal Intelligencer
February 26, 2009