Brown Rudnick, which had deferred the start dates of its 27 incoming associates for 2009, has restored start dates for 11 associates, due to an increase in bankruptcy and litigation work.
The 11 associates will now begin on September 14th, rather than November 39th.
Three associates will still start in November, and another 12 won’t start until sometime in 2010. One associate has taken a job with an overseas firm.
Founded in 1948, Brown Rudnick is a full-service international law firm. It employs over 200 attorneys at offices in the US and Europe.