Friday, February 27, 2009

Proof of a horrid economy: Lawyer layoffs

One of New Jersey's most prominent law firms, Lowenstein Sandler, has announced the layoffs of eight percent of its attorneys. The firm yesterday furloughed 21 lawyers and 32 staff employees and reduced its incoming associate class size by three spots.

They aren't the only law firm forced to cut back, just the latest.

For details, see the story in today's New Jersey Law Journal.

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