New Twists in the Lawyer Job Market


As perhaps the nation's primary newspaper of record, The New York Times is typically on the leading edge reporting developments in many professions, including the law. When I was interviewed in a Times story several weeks ago, as reported in an earlier LawBiz Tips story, it was about the phenomenon of forcing lawyers to retire or otherwise quit from their firms before they're ready - something that just a few years ago would have been unthinkable for most firms. But the Times has also recently reported on other formerly "unthinkable" developments that are new twists for the legal job market.

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