In ordinary times, just about every Atlanta summer associate takes in a Braves game or two—but this summer, the Braves haven’t been playing, and firms are hosting law students virtually. 

Coordinators of this year’s summer associate programs said they pressed forward with virtual programs, despite the challenges, because they hope today’s summer associates are their firms’ future partners. Along the way, they made some innovations—such as a virtual ticketing system for assignments, finding safe ways to still meet in the office and creative team-building exercises.

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