Recent Grads Most Likely To Switch Firms: Report

Law360, New York (March 24, 2010, 7:31 PM EDT) -- Attorneys who leave top U.S. law firms voluntarily are more likely to be recent law school graduates, women and those who attended the country's top schools, according to a recently released report.

While no single force drives turnover in the legal labor market, school-based networks play a role in sustaining matches between attorneys and law firms, according to the preliminary findings of a report by Paul Oyer, a professor of economics at the Stanford University Graduate School of Business, and Scott Schaefer, a professor of finance...
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