A proposal to revamp the law school campus recruiting process is being met with resistance among some of the largest legal employers in New York. Recruiting officials at a number of law firms have raised concerns about recommendations made last month that would restrict them from making offers to second-year law students until January. Critics say it may add to the costs of the recruiting season and make it difficult to manage the hiring process, adding that it may even result in fewer students being hired.
Large Firms Balk at Plans to Revamp Law School Recruiting Process
New York Law Journal
February 10, 2010