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Should I Conduct a Summer Search or Wait for the Fall?

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Question: I am a fifth year associate and I have been considering a lateral law firm move for a few months. I have finally decided that I am ready to submit my resume to law firms, but have heard the summer season is slow. Should I start my search now or wait for the fall?
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