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DEFERRALS – Orrick looks to be the first major law firm to announce it will delay its incoming first-year associate class until January 2021 as a result of the economic impact from the coronavirus. Dylan Jackson reports that the firm confirmed the move along with other cost-cutting measures, including reduced pay for U.S. attorneys and staff and reduced staff hours. 

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