Bloomberg Law
April 14, 2020, 4:35 PM

Davis Polk, Gibson Dunn Delay Summer Associate Programs

Meghan Tribe
Meghan Tribe

Davis Polk & Wardwell and Gibson Dunn & Crutcher have both pushed back the start of their summer associate programs, as more law firms reshape this key summer talent recruitment tool in response to the coronavirus pandemic.

Davis Polk confirmed that it will delay the start of its program, which was scheduled to begin next month, but did not specify a new start date.

On April 9, the firm sent an email to its incoming summer class saying that it was evaluating alternatives for its summer program in light of the virus.

Though the email didn’t offer further details on ...

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