Hiring new lawyers in the Chicago legal landscape

As growing numbers of law students graduate and struggle to find their first jobs, many in the legal profession wonder whether changes are needed in legal education or even in law firms.In Chicago Lawyer 's third consecutive large law firm roundtable discussion, Linda Myers, a member of the 15-member global management committee of Kirkland & Ellis; Bert Krueger

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