Median starting salaries for first-year attorneys rose 10 percent over last year, according to a nationwide survey of 1998 law school graduates.
The hiring rate for new law graduates rose as well, for the fifth consecutive year, reported the annual employment and salary survey of the National Association for Law Placement in Washington, D.C.
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