As more law firms base their business and growth strategies around lateral hires -- and partners are increasingly willing to pick up and leave their firms -- a new survey by legal recruiters Major, Lindsey & Africa shows that lateral partners are happier at their new firms than they were 10 years ago. However, the bad news is that their expectations about a firm's ability to expand and support their practices are not being met -- a leading factor in why many choose to jump ship in the first place.
Survey Measures Lateral Partners' Satisfaction With New Firms
May 8, 2007
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