Attorney candidates for in-house jobs have been less willing to relocate or go back to the office full-time, recruiters say, leading to more negotiations for hybrid or fully remote legal department roles.

The reluctance to relocate comes as competition for top talent in the legal industry has increased. Corporate legal departments are competing with Am Law 200 associate salary raises, while law firms announce office return plans that often incorporate remote working.

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