Law firm leaders have made it clear in recent years that they want to hire “practice-ready” associates, but government and public interest lawyers are more likely than associates to take advantage of clinics and other so-called experiential learning while in law school.

A survey of lawyers in a variety of jobs conducted by NALP, formerly the National Association for Law Placement, reached that conclusion regarding clinics, externships, practical skills courses and pro bono work.

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