As the legal industry grapples with sluggish progress in improving diversity and representation, and some look to the youngest prospective talent as a way to solve systemic problems, Facebook is leading the way, with two programs added onto its longer summer associate experience.
The social media giant has launched the latest iterations of two 2019 programs designed to bring future lawyers of underrepresented backgrounds straight to the in-house world.
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