The dog days of summer haven’t hit yet, but already there’s a chill in the air on law school campuses.

As firms backtrack on promises to recruit summer associates, law schools are working overtime to get their rising 2Ls ready for a tough recruiting season. School officials say students will have to work harder than ever to land summer associate spots that used to be a given.

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