Business of Law

Five Future Trends Could Impact Younger Lawyers

, The Legal Intelligencer

Q. I have been following all the developments with respect to first-year salaries, postponement of start dates, summer program cancellations (or curtailments), etc., with great interest. It is of interest to me not only because it impacts law firms such as mine, but also because I have a daughter who will be starting law school in the fall. What are your thoughts about how permanent these changes may be and what this generally portends for the future?

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