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October 24, 2011

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I suggested that rapid and accelerating changes in the way that legal process work (the gathering and organization of documents and information) is staffed and priced has significantly influenced the extent of the associate layoffs and the reduction in entry-level hiring among larger law firms in the last few years. The result is that most large law firms have far fewer partnership-track associates today than they did, say, five years ago, and that seems unlikely to change substantially anytime soon, even as the economy recovers.


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