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Updated NALP Forms: What Were the Real Offer Rates?

It’s a wonderful time of year. No more innuendo: NALP forms have been updated, and firms have had to come clean with their statistics on summer hiring.

Look up your firm here.

Let’s crowdsource this baby. You look at your firm and tell us in the comments if somebody surprisingly massacred their summer class, and we’ll follow up next week.

I’ll get the ball rolling….

My old firm, Debevoise & Plimpton, had 109 summer associates in its New York office. They made offers to 108. And they still start at $160K. Good job ol’ chaps.

Lat’s old firm, Wachtell, Lipton, Rosen & Katz, had 25 summer associates. 24 received offers.

Kash worked as a paralegal at Covington & Burling in Washington, D.C. And Covington also enjoyed a successful summer. Of 62 summers in D.C., 61 received offers.

To the people who didn’t get offers from Debevoise, Wachtell, and Covington, all I can say is that Above the Law will probably be looking for interns again this summer. Give us a call.

Let us know which firms had a rough summer.

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