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39% Fewer Law Schools Participate In AALS Faculty Recruitment Conference (Compared To 2012)

The AALS Faculty Recruitment Conference concluded yesterday, with 86 law schools participating in the hiring interviews, down 3.3% from last year (89) and 39.4% from 2012 (142).
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