First, take a shower – the survival guide for laid-off lawyers still looking for a job
Big law firms are acting like it's business as usual. There's talk about bonuses again, partners are hopping around, and merger fever is in the air (the latest being the aborted merger between Orrick and Akin Gump) There are signs of a rebound in the legal industry, except for this little annoying fact: thousands of lawyers are still jobless - the ones laid off during the recession and the recent law school graduates who can't find employment.
Big law firms are acting like it’s business as usual. There’s talk about bonuses again, partners are hopping around, and merger fever is in the air (the latest being the aborted merger between Orrick and Akin Gump)
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