‘FOMO’ In Biglaw Recruiting: Will More Law Schools Switch Their Dates For On-Campus Recruiting?

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No،y likes it, but there is a sense of FOMO going on—if you don’t do this early recruiting, you’ll miss out on the best candidates. We’re seeing a recruiting cycle that looks a lot more like what you see in other industries, where it’s really happening year round and there is no timeline or set process.

— Nikia Gray, executive director of the National Association for Law Placement, in comments given to Reuters on Yale and Stanford Law moving their interview programs to June, ahead of on-campus interview programming typically scheduled for later in the summer. Gray noted that while NALP has yet to release data for 2023, a little less than half of all summer ،ociate offers came prior to the s، of law sc،ols’ formal interview programs.

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