Urban Law School Graduates in Large Law Firms
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Hiring practices of large law firms in the first half of the twentieth century concentrated on recruiting almost exclusively from elite schools such as Harvard and Yale. As the number of open legal positions grew, large law firms began to recruit from non-elite, urban law schools. This article looks at a comparison between the placement in large law firms of urban law school graduates and graduates from elite and non-urban law schools and the factors involved in these placements.
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