Roughing It: It's Summertime, But the Working Isn't As Easy

, Texas Lawyer

The days of extravagant summer associates' programs featuring meals at pricey restaurants, dinner cruises, suites at sporting events and weekends out of town seem to be over for now, with large Texas firms scaling back on the summer social events as well as the size of the summer programs. Munsch Hardt's Kitty O'Connell Henry (pictured), co-chairwoman of the firm's law school hiring program, says, "We've cut back on a few things."

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