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Good news has been hard to come by for second-year law school students. The bit we’re about to share amounts to but a trickle compared with the tidal wave of bad news they’ve dealt with in the last year. But, right now, any good news matters, what with firms cutting their summer 2010 class sizes to record lows, or eliminating them altogether, and law schools reporting — internally, for now — a big number of 2Ls with no set summer gigs. (One law school recruiting director we spoke to estimates that firms’ 2010 summer classes will be 20 percent to 50 percent smaller than the 2009 classes.)

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