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2010 SA Data

Postby Anonymous User » Sat Jan 22, 2011 4:21 pm

I was wondering if anyone knows when information regarding 2010 SA offer rates becomes available. The information on the NALP website pertains to the 2009 SA class. The website states that the information is updated as of feb 2010. Is it fair to assume that similar information will be available around that time this year, or does anyone have any experience with when/where this information will be released?

Im curious to see last year's offer rates because the firm that I am summering at increased their summer class this year by roughly 50% (V20). This seems like good news, but im still curious.

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Re: 2010 SA Data

Postby vamedic03 » Sat Jan 22, 2011 4:24 pm

Anonymous User wrote:I was wondering if anyone knows when information regarding 2010 SA offer rates becomes available. The information on the NALP website pertains to the 2009 SA class. The website states that the information is updated as of feb 2010. Is it fair to assume that similar information will be available around that time this year, or does anyone have any experience with when/where this information will be released?

Im curious to see last year's offer rates because the firm that I am summering at increased their summer class this year by roughly 50% (V20). This seems like good news, but im still curious.


I would just check ATL - if your firm no-offered more than a couple of SA's then this would have hit the blogs.

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Re: 2010 SA Data

Postby A&O » Sun Jan 23, 2011 3:22 am

I would just check ATL - if your firm no-offered more than a couple of SA's then this would have hit the blogs.


Unfortunately, many firms no-offered a substantial number of SAs, and that news didn't even touch ATL.

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Re: 2010 SA Data

Postby laborday » Sun Jan 23, 2011 12:31 pm

A&O wrote:
I would just check ATL - if your firm no-offered more than a couple of SA's then this would have hit the blogs.


Unfortunately, many firms no-offered a substantial number of SAs, and that news didn't even touch ATL.


It looks like you have some information. Can you post a couple of firms that no-offered a substantial number of SAs in 2010?

If anyone know any firm no-offered a substantial number of SAs last year, that would be very helpful to know.




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