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After the thrill of the hefty paychecks and summer camp activities subsides, third-year law students are faced with the daunting task of choosing a firm in which to bill an annual 2,000 hours. While most 3Ls return to the firms where they “summered,” others go a different route or forgo firm life all together. It is not surprising that most first-year associates said summering is the best way to get a feel for a firm, and it allows associates to build relationships with partners, talk to many attorneys and experiment with different practice areas.

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