keg411 wrote:Anonymous User wrote:keg411 wrote:Then there are the no-offer offenders. Like Kirkland & Ellis. They seem to have improved, but their summer 2009/summer 2010 numbers were dreadful.ajaxconstructions wrote:Why choose such a risky firm? Unlikely that people who get Latham offers don't have other comparable offers.
I'm not sure which office this is in reference to, but I summered in 2010 and we had 100% offers. The summers of 2009 had 2 no-offers (out of about 20 summers) and neither was due to the economy.
K&E Chicago in summer 2009? LOLno. Have incredibly inside information on that one. (Possible some were cold offers, so they don't show up in NALP). Maybe K&E NYC was different, but everything I've heard from someone extremely reliable was that there were at least 25% no-offers in Chicago that summer.
Got it, I only know about NY and DC, neither of which had a no offering problem in 2009 or 2010, they just cut class sizes in 2010 in reaction to the market.