Today’s guest blogger, Elizabeth Dilts, gives an inside look at the Big Law interview process from students’ perspectives. At the Doubletree Guest Suites near Times Square, several dozen top second-year law students were preparing for summer associate interviews last Friday morning. For the early-recruiting season—which seems to get earlier every year—students came from Emory, William and Mary, American, and Northeastern, and the interviewers were the usual Big Law suspects: Weil, Gotshal & Manges; King & Spalding; Kasowitz Benson Torres & Friedman; and several others.
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