Anne Tucker reports on NALP data about what employers want:
Feedback from legal employers (mostly private practice law firms) said that in new-JD hires, they were looking for students who understand that practicing law in a firm is a business and how they fit into that business model. They also want students to have a basic understanding of financial literacy skills.
So less public interest law and more on how to practice business law and running a law firm as a business. yes?