And with plenty of new and mid-level attorneys looking for work, the 75-attorney firm said it can find the talent it needs to fill positions through the market instead of a summer program.

“It’s economy-driven in the sense that if we can get associates out of the market, then we don’t need to get them out of a summer program,” said Managing Partner Rodney Eshelman.

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