Students at top-ranked law schools are turning to acting coaches and specialized lighting for an edge in interviews with major law firms, as a recruiting season delayed but not necessarily dampened by the COVID-19 pandemic gets underway.
Students from Columbia, Harvard and other law schools will sit for virtual on-campus interviews for summer associate positions in the coming days. And despite the pandemic’s economic effects, many firms expect to recruit at pre-coronavirus levels.
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