Legal Eagles Keeping Fewer in the Nest (Wall Street Journal)

While law firms are finally rebounding from the recession, the future may still look bleak for prospective lawyers.

An article in The Wall Street Journal explains that although the conditions at law firms have stabilized over the past few years, many firms are cutting the ranks of their entry level lawyers.

The demand for high-ranking graduates from the Ivy League and other top law schools remains high, but for the rest, life after law school may not be what they had envisioned.

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