Virtual and condensed summer associate programs ended up as reality for the majority of the legal industry during the pandemic.

And now that many 2020 summer associate programs are in the rearview mirror, law firms, schools and law students alike say that certain aspects of the virtual programs—such as constant, deliberate communications and building connections to firm attorneys—were key to making the programs work this year.

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