Orrick, Herrington & Sutcliffe and client Lucent Technologies will recruit attorneys from law schools under a unique arrangement that will mark the first time Orrick has involved a client in its recruiting process.

The agreement also formalizes a practice most firms do on an ad hoc basis: secondment of attorneys. Orrick attorneys will spend months working in-house at Lucent, while Lucent attorneys will complete stints at Orrick.

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