Tom Nosewicz interviewed with about 15 top law firms during Stanford Law School’s recruiting season last fall. He heard promises of big money, engaging work and a shot at full-time employment once he completed his law degree.

“I did so many interviews it was sort of ridiculous. I felt like a salesman,” said Nosewicz, who just finished his second year at Stanford.

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