Ready, Set, Delay: Most BigTex Firms Push Back Start Dates

, Texas Lawyer

First-year associates usually begin their full-time careers at BigTex firms as fall begins. They put on their best suits and report to work after they take the Texas Bar Examination and then perhaps spend a few weeks of downtime on a beach or traveling in Europe. That's not the case this year. Thomas H. Yang of Haynes and Boone says most of the firm's 38 new lawyers in Texas are starting Nov. 30.

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