18-year low for law grad employment (video)

James Leipold, executive director for the National Association for Law Placement, talks with Bloomberg Law’s Lee Pacchia about his organization’s annual report on the job market for law school graduates.

NALP has found that law firms are using more technology, and so hiring fewer lawyers, and that’s unlikely to change in the immediate future.


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