As midsize firms use bite-size mergers to regionalize and specialize, an increasing number of large firms are jumping on the M&A bandwagon, taking bigger chomps out of the legal mid-market in pursuit of marketshare.

But some midsize firm leaders remain wary of mid-market consolidation, and contend that their segment of the legal industry remains strong enough to stay put.

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