During the past year there have been extraordinary challenges for law school students completing their legal studies during the COVID-19 pandemic. But it turns out that the J.D. class of 2020 rose to the challenge and did very well in the entry-level legal job market, according to Law.com Legal Education Editor and Senior Writer Karen Sloan‘s recent article.

A lot of the law hiring process changed last year during the pandemic, says Amy B. Moynihan, Director of Legal Recruiting at Foley & Lardner LLP, in Chicago, where she provides oversight and strategic direction for entry-level and lateral recruiting activities as well as support for all programs involving attorney orientation, training and development.

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