Legal analysts remain optimistic about a bounce-back in law firm merger activity after the pandemic slowed combinations last year.

Two new reports on law firm mergers in the first quarter of 2021 suggest there is “tremendous interest” in growth among firms of all shapes and sizes, and that the year after COVID-19 halted life in the United States could look more like the years before.

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