Recruitment: Yanking them in

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  • Bias

    This article is incredibly biased - the decision to pick Manchester smacks of sensationalism. Why, one has to wonder, did you not pick the LSE/UCL law fairs? This would surely - given your London offices - have been easier, as well. The answer is that amongst the London Universities, the US firms have made real ground and do get good graduates.

    Lawyer 2B editor's response: Thank you for your comments. However, I am afraid that you are mistaken. We chose to survey students at Manchester because it is the biggest law fair and open to all students. We did also attend the law fairs at LSE and UCL (which were unfortunately too late for our print deadline) and the students' knowledge of law firm names proved equally poor.

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