Wednesday, Heller Ehrman became the most recent firm to push back start dates and the firm has also withdrawn from some campuses for its interview process.

The start date for new associates was pushed to Jan. 20 from Oct. 13. The affected associates — about 50 — will be paid a stipend of $10,000 each, split into three monthly installments from November to January. They were notified in a series of calls from the heads of the firm’s various offices on Wednesday, said Michael Gotham, the firm’s director of attorney recruiting.

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