How We Rank the Firms

Three thousand law students rated the law firms where they spent the summer of 2010.

, The American Lawyer

This year's Summer Associates Survey garnered re­sponses from 3,000 interns at 137 firms, 101 of which qualified for the Overall Rankings chart. The survey was conducted from early June to mid-August. Surveys were distributed through the firms' recruiting coordinators, whom we contact in the spring about participation. Eligible summer associates are first- and second-year law students (classes of 2011 and 2012) clerking at firms for at least three weeks during the summer. Respondents are guaranteed anonymity.

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