Law firms should keep an eye on their associates in general, as competing firms do everything they can to lure promising talent this year. But they should be particularly diligent about young lawyers in data privacy, corporate and insurance practices.

According to data provided by legal data company Decipher, first half lateral hiring for associates in the U.S. was up across the board, and in some practices remarkably so.

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