For the last four years, Jones Day has led the pack in the highly competitive race to hire former U.S. Supreme Court clerks, recruiting the record number of 10 in 2015 alone.

But the firm dropped back to only two clerk hires from the 2015-16 term—one in its Washington office, the other in New York. It’s a dramatic shift that hints at notable new hiring patterns for clerks.

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