Instead of looking at the high octane law firms with well-​​known names — which are in the process of re-​​examining their staffs — many grad­u­ates will have to think cor­po­rate and even small time, said Jeremy Paul, dean of North­eastern Uni­ver­sity School of Law.

The plum legal jobs in the future will be in big orga­ni­za­tions rather than inside big law firms,” Paul explained. “And many of our grad­u­ates will start careers in small and solo prac­tices. We’re starting an incu­bator to help our grads pre­pare for such careers.”

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