Big law firms are snatching up graduates as quickly as schools can churn them out. With the same number of students graduating each year, the tightest squeeze may be on midsize firms. So three years ago Phillips Lytle crossed off some top schools and centralized its recruiting efforts, and now partner Edward Bloomberg makes all hiring decisions. Although the 173-attorney firm isn't giving up hope that it can snag some students from national schools, it's redirected its recruiting budget to regional schools.
Midsize Law Firms Shift Recruiting Strategies
The National Law Journal
February 16, 2007
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