Times surely have changed. Just a couple of years ago, talented young lawyers were highly prized. Big law firms went thundering after them even before they got a chance to tuck their first-year curriculum hornbooks away.

Through carefully orchestrated job fairs, on-campus interviews and aggressive recruiting strategies, big firms spared no expense in the pursuit and retention of the best and the brightest.

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