Most law firms have perfected the art of recruiting at the law student level: Send lawyers to law schools, exchange witty (or dull) banter with a number of future lawyers, bring a percentage of the candidates to the firm’s office for interviews, make offers and await the flood of acceptances.
Firms of all sizes dedicate large amounts of time and expense to recruiting new graduates.
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