Three Degrees of Law Journal

NY Law Journal: New Law Grads Benefit from Less Competition for Legal Jobs

Written by Harlan York May 13, 2015

As I noted in my book, The New York Times had previously reported a lower population of law students in recent years.

I responded in Three Degrees of Law that this “Thinner Herd” makes for a greater chance to get accepted into a position with a law firm or other career opportunity.

Now comes word from The New York Law Journal that I was apparently on to something.

Essentially, the latest class of  Law School graduates are finding less competition in the Legal Job Market.

So, while I am not ready to call myself a visionary, I am pleased to see that once again Three Degrees of Law contains valuable information for attorneys and students.

 

 

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About the Author

Harlan York has spent the better part of two decades practicing law, and is considered one of the best in his field. He has served as Chair of Sections and Committees of the New York and New Jersey State Bar Associations and now is on the American Immigration Lawyers National Committee on Practice Management.

Best Lawyers, the most respected peer-review publication in the legal profession, named Harlan York as a “Lawyer of the Year.” He has appeared on CBS, Univision, Telemundo, NBC, and PBS. He frequently lectures, including at Columbia, New York and Rutgers Law Schools as well as many Bar Associations. York was also a Judge at the American Mock Trial Tournament at Yale University. A graduate of Choate Rosemary Hall, the State University of New York at Albany and the Tulane Law School, he is admitted in many jurisdictions including the United States Supreme Court.

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