Law firm recruiting partners have gazed into their crystal balls, and what they see is a promising future for would-be associates from the class of 2013.

Firms across the country report a stable or increased need for talent as they begin hiring second-year law students to fill next summer’s associate classes. “There’s a perception the job market has turned a corner,” says Steven Sletten, chair of the hiring committee at Gibson, Dunn & Crutcher. “We’re expecting this season to be more competitive. We’re up to that challenge.”

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