Law firms have had to make some big changes in response to the global financial crisis. But the legal education industry has not made any discernible changes to the fees charged to students, even as the job market (and
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A new not-for-profit organisation called Law School Transparency will allow prospective students to access and compare detailed employment and salary information for graduates from US law schools. The project is the
Clifford Chance senses impending market recovery: they have reopened the recruitment process for the 2011 trainee intake. The firm sent an email to students at theMethinks
Cravath, Swaine & Moore has informed law students who summered at the firm last year that some of them can start this fall, one year earlier than planned under a previously
In September 2009, 60,746 people took the LSAT, a jump of 20 percent from the year before. The spike in the numbers is seen as an indication that law school applications will also be higher.
Many students entering their final year at top law schools like Harvard and NYU, haven’t landed the full-time jobs they would normally have claimed by now, a reflection of the shrinking demand for legal
Law School Angst: Layoffs, lost clients, fewer billable hours. It's a new world for grads, but jobs still exist.
Trainee numbers are likely to hold up at UK law firms. Many law firms were bitten in the last economic downturn when they found themselves short of lawyers as the climate improved, writes The Times. In the year to