On The Rebound?
AT MANY FIRMS, SUMMER CLASS SIZES EDGE UP AS RECESSION WINDS DOWN
As the hot sun gets reacquainted with Connecticut, law firms are bustling again with summer associates. Some Connecticut firms began revving up their internship programs last year after the economic downturn that beginning in 2008 limited even temporary hires. Still, most firms haven't returned to pre-recession summer class sizes.
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