Nearly 20 percent of students who graduated from New York’s 15 law schools in 2010 were employed by firms with 50 or fewer attorneys nine months after graduation, new data released by the American Bar Association shows. The majority of those small firm employers had between two and 10 lawyers.

The data also reveals that 19 percent of 2010 graduates from law schools in New York were hired by firms with 501 or more lawyers.

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