Local summer associate classes for Atlanta’s large firms are uniformly small this year, as firms try to avoid hosting students for whom they have no jobs.

Notably, King & Spalding’s summer class dropped from 34 last year to nine. The city’s second-largest firm, Alston & Bird, also registered a big drop, decreasing its summer class from 42 last year to 17.

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