Flight Plans: Fewer Summer Associates Spread Their Wings at Big-Tex Firms This Year

, Texas Lawyer

The number of Texas summer associate positions this year is down 8.9 percent from the 1,040 slots available to law students during the summer of 2007 at 24 of Texas' 25 largest firms, according to Texas Lawyer's annual Summer Associates Survey. Russell H. Falconer (left), a summer associate with Vinson & Elkins, has one of 948 summer associate postitions available at those firms.

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