In an era of huge mergers, more and more attorneys are apparently becoming disenchanted with megafirm lawyering. Unhappy with what they perceive as corporate bureaucracy, impersonal treatment and fewer chances for career growth, some partners are defecting from big-box firms and heading for smaller practices, where, they say, they have more input and opportunities. And smaller firms are proving more than happy to welcome the refugees.
More Lawyers Flee Megafirms
The National Law Journal
May 31, 2005
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