Head of the Class

Lee, Jessica C.
January 2008
Orange County Business Journal;1/14/2008, Vol. 31 Issue 2, p30
The article reports on the rising demand of law graduates to law firms in Orange County, California. The county's law firms are searching for new recruits but competition for law school's best and brightest graduates are competitively stiff. Local law firms as well as national firms with Orange County offices are going after a number of graduates to take an increasing amount of work and top graduates are paid higher salaries.


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