New Jersey Summer Programs Wither As Demand for Permanent Hires Slows

, New Jersey Law Journal

New Jersey law firms suspended or scaled back their summer associate programs for 2010, concerned about whether they'll have enough work to keep trainees busy and about the prospects for extending permanent offers in recessionary times.

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