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Scramble for legal jobs as graduates spurn banking

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Associates are still distrustful of the of counsel role and alternative career paths, despite many big firms having them in place for several years. Lawyers are unsure whether those roles are just euphemisms for a career dead end or if they are a fast-track to partnership. Creating alternative career paths for associates was a big […]

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