After a period of considerable volatility following the recession, a new study finds that entry-level law firm recruitment has stabilized.

The National Association for Law Placement’s survey, “Perspectives on 2017 Law Student Recruiting,” looked at the recruitment activity on law school campuses and job fairs last year and found those efforts remained mostly steady compared with the prior year, despite robust recruitment by some firms.

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