Scott Andrews was having trouble accepting what was happening around him.
It was late 2007 and Andrews, a second-year litigation associate at Heller Ehrman, was trying not to dwell too much on the steady stream of partners exiting over the past few months. Or the regular reports in the legal press and online about Heller’s precarious state. Or the generally gloomy mood pervading the office. Andrews, a graduate of the University of California, Berkeley’s Boalt Hall School of Law who joined Heller in 2006 after clerking for a federal judge for a year, liked his job and the firm, and hoped things would start looking up.
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