Anne Yearwood was already in New York City for a judicial internship the summer after her first year at the University of Michigan Law School, so networking with attorneys at firms where she might want to practice seemed like a smart move.

Yearwood, now a third-year student, accepted invitations for coffee with lawyers and visited three firms for what she thought were casual meet-and-greets. But the firms had other ideas.

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