You know the drill: Most small law firms don’t do on-campus recruiting. But, by offering a bevy of new or expanded services, law schools nationwide are changing rapid-fire refusals into a question of, “Why not?”
Career services offices are tailoring their placement services to better meet the needs of small firms by offering Web sites (where small firms can post jobs and access student resumes any time of the year free of charge); panel discussions where there’s less pressure to hire; and informal CLE-earning luncheons.
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