Law Firms, Associates Weigh the Benefits of Deferrals
Nobody wants a promised job's start date to be deferred -- but the experience of several law school graduates shows that maybe they should. Six to 12 months spent learning, litigating or exploring before starting practice can benefit recent graduates and also the firms that defer them, some say.
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