A proposal to revamp the law school campus recruiting process is being met with resistance among some of the largest legal employers in New York.

Recruiting officials at a number of law firms have raised concerns about recommendations made last month (pdf) by a commission under the National Association for Law Placement that would restrict them from making offers to second-year law students until January, five months after on-campus interviews usually take place.

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