(Editor’s note: This is the fourth of a four-part series looking at how actions firm have taken during the pandemic are negatively impacting younger lawyers, the causes and consequences of those actions, and what firms can do to protect their young talent and futures.)

As the competition for talent continues to increase in Big Law amid a global pandemic that has seen young associates impacted significantly, firms have a variety of arrows in their respective quivers to help retain young talent for the future, legal industry experts said. But some of the options require hard decisions around time usage, resource allocation and even the identities of the firms themselves.

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