Barnes & Thornburg, a 450-lawyer firm based in Indianapolis, is cutting its summer associate program next year in its Chicago office because first-year associates are so available in the city and competing firms have reduced the programs, the firm said.

The firm usually has about two to three summer associates in the Chicago office with the typical offers for a first-year position in the fall of the following year after the law student finishes school.

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