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Summers associates are all ready to jump in. But can a three-month gig help them grow and lure them back?
• On the Failure to Communicate Summer associates need to master one of the most important tasks: the oral presentation. by Marsha Redmon • Appealing to a New Generation The firm of Foley & Lardner takes on the issue of fickle associates by rethinking the summer experience. by James N. Bierman and Richard A. Weiss • Diversity Starts in the Summer Expanding the work force requires an early jump-start, says the law firm of Clifford Chance. by Karl Roessner

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