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A lot of people just "leave the profession." Anecdotal...but I've talked to them at bars. TTT grads. They just never practice law a day in their life and get regular 'ol jobs: bartending, Target, freelancing...maybe something white-collar but entry level--if they're lucky. They are not looking for legal jobs. They say straight up: "yea, I've been outta law school a year (or two, or three)...no legal job. It's done. Time to move on with my life. Thank God for IBR. It--law school--happened. Now let's move on."
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doyouevenlift wrote:The amount of baby boomers that will die/retire (even if you say these guys rarely retire) in the next 10 years will be the largest number to be looked at as far as making room for new graduates.