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RECRUITER REVOLUTION – Lateral lawyer recruiting has come a long way from the days of Rolodexes and landlines, Jack Newsham reports. Today’s legal recruiters are constantly in touch with candidates via LinkedIn, email, and text, while ever-more sophisticated databases help them track lawyer moves and law firm statistics. Despite those advances in technology, placing associates and partners at law firms still comes down to a recruiter’s network and reputation in the industry, they say. And there’s more competition now than ever, with large and small recruiting outfits seeking to capitalize on the increasing mobility of law firm partners and associates.

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