A general economic recovery and increased legal business have meant more summer associates and higher salaries at law firms nationwide this summer.

According to ALM’s 2005 National Summer Associate Hiring Survey, the average number of summer associates hired by law firms nationwide is up from 2004. (ALM, formerly known as American Lawyer Media, is the parent company of Legal Times.) In addition, summer associates’ average weekly salaries have risen slightly.

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