Already dealing with remote work and stay-home orders, firms in Texas were challenged to deliver over-the-top virtual social programs for summer associates in 2020, to make up for the typical in-person experience the aspiring lawyers signed up for.

These firms stepped it up with events such as high-stakes trivia competitions, mixology classes and virtual tours of the homes of lawyers who collect art. Those events got high marks from Texas summer associates who participated in The American Lawyer’s 2020 Summer Associates Survey.

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