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SUMMER PLANS – While Boies Schiller has chosen to proceed with its summer associate program, other firms, including Paul Weiss, are still undecided about any changes as they operate under work-from-home policies. Jack Newsham reports that Covington & Burling says it’s moving forward with its summer program as planned, but Sullivan & Worcester hasn’t made a decision about its four-student summer program. More will be revealed in the next two weeks, says Nathan Peart, a managing director at recruiting firm Major, Lindsey & Africa.

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