Summer associate programs expanded at New Jersey’s largest firms this year after a three-year slump. It was modest growth but growth nonetheless, which was better than the flat national average. “There’s a feeling we’re going to keep this busy or get even busier,” said a hiring partner at Sills Cummis Epstein & Gross in Newark, whose summer program grew to 10 associates from eight last year.

Summer associate programs expanded at New Jersey’s largest firms this year after a three-year slump. It was modest growth but growth nonetheless, which was better than the flat national average.

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