A robust legal market and declining law school enrollment are prompting firms to rework on-campus interview strategies, whether it means hitting new schools, scheduling more interviews at their favorite stops or considering students who fall outside their usual hiring qualifications. But Baker Botts partner John Anaipakos says his firm has "resisted the urge" to consider students who fall short of its academic requirements -- instead, it raised associate salaries to $140,000 to keep pace with other firms.
Law Firms Rework Campus Recruiting
The National Law Journal
August 15, 2006
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