When Morgan, Lewis & Bockius confirmed Monday that it’s offering buyouts to its U.S. legal secretaries, it raised the question of whether more firms would be close behind.

As it turns out, consultants said, many other firms have already made moves to streamline their secretarial functions, decrease the number of secretaries per lawyer, and steer new staff hires into multipurpose administrative roles rather than the traditional legal secretary job.

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