It seems like there’s a new normal for associate hiring in Texas.
For the third year in a row, Texas’ largest firms have brought on fewer first-year associates than they did the previous year. That’s presumably because the economy still isn’t rocking and rolling enough to make most large Texas firms ramp up new associate hiring.
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