It took a big risk in axing its summer program, for example.
After all, that could send the signal that it was having financial challenges and couldn't afford it any more. But instead, it's become a model to watch in attracting, hiring, and onboarding talent.
The latest development is focusing on seasoned brandname lawyers who are still associates. There's great mobility at that level. Few will become partners in the firm where they started out.
As lawyer-journalist Kathryn Rubino reports on Abovethelaw, it is inviting that prized human capital in, just to chat. Those chats will take place in three locations. They will deal with subjects ranging from artificial intelligence to whom or what should a lawyer represent.
After all, a well-done job interview is really just a conversation with a purpose. The more skillful the interviewer the more relaxed the process will be.
Here Rubino provides a copy of the Quinn Emanuel invitation.
Time will tell if this approach is effective. If it is, other law firms might experiment with it.
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