After months of mass hires by the nation's largest firms, about 200 former Thelen and Heller Ehrman lawyers remain unemployed and face the prospect of pursuing jobs at smaller firms or relocating from major metropolitan areas. Former Heller partner Dan Appelman said most of his fellow partners and associates landed good jobs, but many associates and, to a greater extent, secretaries, paralegals and case clerks, are "having a very rough time."
Large chunk of ex-Heller, Thelen lawyers still jobless
The National Law Journal
December 15, 2008
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