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IN FLUX – Big Law is taking a varied approach to how it’s handling the upcoming summer associate season. Davis Polk has told its summer associates that it will still pay them and offer them full-time jobs upon graduation although its program is still up in the air. Several firms have shortened their summer programs, and some plan to conduct those programs virtually. DLA Piper said it will run its summer program from June 29 through July 31. Cahill Gordon is suspending its summer associate program but will pay those students and offer them full-time jobs upon graduation. Orrick said it will conduct its 2020 summer associate program virtually and shorten the program’s length to five weeks.

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