RECRUITING RACE - Which law schools dominate the Big Law associate hiring market? The Go-To Law Schools ranking is out, detailing the 50 law schools that sent the highest percentage of recent grads on to jobs at large firms. (There’s a familiar name in the top spot!) In addition to the ranking, our detailed report looks at the campuses that produced the most new partners last year; which schools offer the most Big Law bang for the tuition buck; and the schools that outperform their U.S. News ranking when it comes to large firm hiring. Plus, our report looks at what recent changes to NALP’s hiring guidelines mean for summer associate recruiting.
JANUS’ REACH - Three Texas lawyers are seeking to unwind mandatory dues for their state bar, claiming in a lawsuit that their “coerced” membership helps support programs for minority, immigrant and disadvantaged communities that they do not endorse. Greg Land reports the case is the latest challenging mandatory bar membership in the wake of Janus v. AFSCME, in which the U.S. Supreme Court ruled that public-sector non-union workers cannot be required to pay union dues as a condition of employment.
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