With associate attrition a major concern in a booming job market, law firms are looking for ways to ensure that young lawyers are assimilated into firm culture.

Mentoring programs, which have long played a role in socializing new attorneys by pairing them up with partners who know the ropes, are becoming more sophisticated. And going a step further, some firms are now offering sibling programs, which pair up first-year lawyers with young associates, as a way to make the newcomers feel more at home.

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